Jasmine Harman, host of A Place In The Sun, responds to a backlash over her “funny” accent.

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Jasmine Harman, host of A Place In The Sun, responds to a backlash over her “funny” accent.

A SUNRISE LOCATION Today, presenter Jasmine Harman retaliated on Instagram for her mispronounciation.

On her Instagram story today, Jasmine Harman, 45, responded to comments on her “strange” pronunciation of the Spanish town Benalmadena. The host of A Place In The Sun stated that several viewers had questioned her pronunciation of the word, and that the name actually has an accent, which is where the focus should be placed.

The 45-year-old kept her sunglasses on and her hair in loose beach waves, as if she were fully immersed in vacation mood.

The Channel 4 celebrity posed in front of a painting in Benalmadena that spelled out the town’s name.

“Hello, so I just wanted to say, everytime there’s an episode in Benalmadena, people always ask me, ‘Why do you pronounce it so funny?’” she added. It’s pronounced Benal-ma-dee-nah.”

Then Jasmine zoomed up on the spelling of the town’s name on the mural, which had an emphasis above the “a” in the word.

“I just wanted to clear it up,” she continued. Benalmadena, you can see behind me, and I’m not sure if you can see it, but above that, ‘A,’ there’s a small accent.

“That indicates where the focus should be placed in a word. As a result, the focus is on the word “Mad.” I’m not sure why.”

After her A Place in the Sun co-star Laura Hamilton wrote a beautiful article on their almost decade-long friendship, Jasmine Harman was filled with emotion.

While their job for the hit Channel 4 show frequently takes them to far-flung destinations across Europe and beyond, the two women recently found themselves in Marbella, Spain, at the same time and couldn’t resist taking a rare shot together to commemorate the occasion.

“I just wanted to clear it up,” she continued. Benalmadena, you can see behind me, and I’m not sure if you can see it, but above that, ‘A,’ there’s a small accent.

“That indicates where the focus should be placed in a word. As a result, the focus is on the word “Mad.” I’m not sure why.”

After her A Place in the Sun co-star Laura Hamilton wrote a beautiful article on their almost decade-long friendship, Jasmine was filled with emotion.

While their work on the successful Channel 4 show takes them to exotic locales across the world, “Brinkwire News in Condensed Form.”

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