Jane McDonald leaves fans swooning with ‘beautiful’ pics from first day filming new show | The Sun

JANE McDonald left fans swooning with ‘beautiful’ pictures from the first day of filming her new show.

The 60-year-old singer and presenter has won a legion of fans with her hit travel shows.

Jane keeps her fans up to date on her adventures via her social media pages and on Monday, she took to her Instagram page to post two pictures.

She captioned it: "I’ve just started filming again in another stunning destination! So far it’s been a great first day."

In the pictures, Jane wore a brightly patterned jacket over a red top and navy trousers.

She stood in front of a beautiful array of flowers, and fans were quick to comment on the snaps.

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One wrote: "Azaleas and lilies – are you in Japan 🇯🇵 ? Just a long shot as you could be anywhere in the northern hemisphere. Love the teasing but getting desperate now for a new show."

Another added: "Looking fabulous as always! x."

A third shared: "Love the jacket….and you of course."

Meanwhile a fourth posted: "Lovely photos, beautiful lady! Enjoy your filming X X."

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Jane's latest post comes just days after she celebrated her 60th birthday.

To celebrate her big day, the Channel 5 star took to her Instagram account to shares pictures from her recent Australia and New Zealand trip.

In one snap, Jane could be seen lounging on a boat as it sailed under the Sydney Harbour Bridge with the famous Opera House in sight.

She also climbed the iconic bridge, which is a whopping 440 feet in height.

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