A Place in the Sun's Leah Charles-King forced to halt filming after health crisis on Channel 4 set | The Sun

LEAH Charles-King has recalled one terrifying moment where she was forced to halt filming on A Place In The Sun.

The Channel 4 presenter, who is one of the newest faces on the show, admitted the weather when filming abroad has a huge impact.

Speaking to Express.co.uk, the TV star admitted that whilst being on camera is no issue for her, the constant heat can be a problem.

She revealed: "When you're filming in the summer heat, that's very different."

Leah explained that she nearly passed out whilst filming only a short while ago.

The star was showing one of the show's guests around a home when she started feeling faint.

She said: "Obviously the heat and the dehydration – I mean, last week I almost passed out while I was showing somebody around.

"They actually had to stop because it just got to me, I was really dehydrated so we had to stop filming for about half an hour."

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Despite her feeling ill, Leah admitted that she felt "awful" as she didn't want people worrying about her, but she could feel her "eyes glazing over".

She continued: "I did feel awful because I don't want anybody waiting for me or worrying about me – I really tried to power through.

"But I could feel my eyes glazing over and thought, 'Right, I need to stop, I'm going to pass out.'"

Leah added: "It was just because it suddenly got super hot.

"Really early in the morning, it got super hot, and it just took me by surprise really."

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