Lucy Alexander banned from hugging Homes Under the Hammer’s Martin Roberts on BBC show set

Martin Roberts and Lucy Alexander are on Celebrity Catchpoint

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Lucy Alexander, 51, has taken to Instagram to share a short clip of herself as she discussed being separated from Homes Under The Hammer co-star Martin Roberts. The presenter said that the Covid restrictions have made it difficult for the two to interact. 

Lucy shared a story with her 52,400 followers expressing her thoughts on the subject. 

She captioned the short clip post “No hugs with @MartinrobertsTV.”

In the video, she discussed how she hadn’t seen her co-presenter for over a year. 

She added that she is upset about the matter. 

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The presenter said: “The really weird thing is, I haven’t seen Martin Roberts, from Homes Under the Hammer, my co-presenter for about a year and a half. 

“I’m not allowed to go up and give him a hug because of the Covid restrictions,” she said. 

The star then concluded, saying: “So when we’re finished I might.”

Lucy also followed up her story with a series of other clips taken during filming of Celebrity Catchpoint. 

The first of the videos was a clip of her and her co-stars messing around on set. 

The co-stars were Martin Roberts, Louise Minchin and Mike Bushell. 

She captioned the video: “Me and Martin V Louise Minchin and Mike Bushell from BBC Breakfast. 

“Here’s the studio.” 

Referencing Celebrity Catchpoint, the following story clip featured Martin and Lucy side by side with the caption: “It’s tough catching the balls.” 

She added: “Haha never laughed so much.”

She then turned the camera over for a short clip with her and Martin where she told fans what she was up to. 

She said: “So we’re here doing Celebrity Catchpoint. 

“Here’s the studio. I’m so nervous. 

“I’m good at catching balls, he’s good at doing the questions,” pointing the camera at Martin. 

“I’m really rubbish at catching balls,” he said.

Laughing playfully, they added in unison that hopefully they would make a good team.

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