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Sam Frost announces an exciting new TV venture seven months after leaving Home and Away

Sam Frost launched an interesting new TV project seven months after bidding farewell to Home And Away.

Sam announced on Tuesday night that she would be appearing in the renowned travel show My Road to Adventure on Channel Seven.

“I had the best time ever filming our road trip with my sister, Kristine. We adore travelling because it is so healing for the soul. especially when it comes to those you love. Sam made an Instagram post.

On Sunday, July 17th at 11am on 7Two, a special episode of the already well-liked travel programme featuring Sam and Kristine will premiere.

Sam and Kristine will be followed in this episode as they set off on a little road trip around rural Victoria while residing in a campervan.

In a sneak peek from the upcoming episode, the former Bachelorette contestant and Kristine were shown enjoying a BBQ with their family and riding horses on the beach.

“I can’t wait to take this road trip; I truly believe it is necessary. We’re back in Melbourne, our hometown, and while it’s nice to be back, Sam stated in the teaser, “I think I’m fairly keen to jump in that RV and get on the road and get this thing rolling.

“Open roads and clean air. What else do you require? Before it became cool, we camped in the back of vans.

“I love family time and road trips—how wonderful is this?”

Sam and Kristine will be followed in this episode as they set off on a little road trip around rural Victoria while residing in a campervan.

The 2020 television series My Road to Adventure offers a close look at some of Australia’s most adored celebrities’ private travel habits.

Sam has previously made an appearance on an edition of the lifestyle and travel programme, which featured footage of her trip to Hervey Bay on Queensland’s Fraser Coast in 2020.

After five years of portraying Jasmine Delaney on Home and Away, the 33-year-old, who is dating Survivor actor Jordie Hansen, confirmed her retirement from the show in December 2021.

She was fired after facing criticism for saying she wouldn’t get the COVID-19 shot, which was later made mandatory for all Channel Seven staff.

Sam eventually received the jab, but ultimately left the programme that served as the catalyst for her career.

Sam announced in February of this year that she left her “dream career” to take care of her mental health.

Sam wrote on Instagram, “I needed to step back, go home and be with my family, and most importantly, take good care of my health and well-being.”

“I now spend the days doing the things I’ve always wanted to do but couldn’t because I was too busy working, with the people I love. I spent 4.5 years missing important milestones as a sister, a distant friend, and a distant girlfriend. I’m making up for lost time right now.

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