Antiques Road Trips Roo Irvine confirms new co-star as she teases new episodes

BBC's Antiques Road Trip will be back on screens soon as new episodes are currently in the works.

Antiques Expert Roo Irvine confirmed she'll be back on screen as one of the many TV presenters who share their incredible finds with BBC viewers – but she'll have a new partner.

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Roo shared a photo to her Instagram followers as she confirmed the news of her new co-star, Charles Hanson, who has appeared on both Antiques Road Trip and Bargain Hunt.

The pair will now be working together to find incredible antiques with a hidden worth as they film for the upcoming series of the show.

Roo shared the news to her Instagram as she wrote a poem, which read: "A joint love of the past, paired with a thirst for treasure, we'll track down the goodies for your viewing pleasure.

"With my new partner-in-rhyme, we're searching for the swag, now you know I'm with Charles, the cat's out of the bag!"

She added: "New Antique Road Trip episodes are in the oven."

The pair were all smiles as they stood on the gates at a farm and joyfully posed together to celebrate their new partnership.

Fans immediately rushed to Instagram to share their support of the new pairing with one person writing: "Perfect! I can't wait."

While another said: "Hope you did well, love the poem," as a third said: "Love you two."

Roo has previously been paired up with Philip Serrell on Bargain Hunt as she shared the details of new episodes just last week.

She wrote at the time: "Irvine & Serrell at your service & reporting to Chief Trevanion! Plot twists, hi-jinx escapades & treasures to be tracked down on today's brand new @BBCBargainHunt. Catch us if you can! @BBCOne 12.15pm. Over and Out!"

Roo has been a firm favourite on the TV show for many years, working on both Road Trip and Bargain Hunt to showcase her love of all things antiques.

She was asked to take part in the show in early 2016 after Road Trip visited the shop she worked at in 2015.

She was first seen on TV in 2018 and has been a regular ever since.

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