Homes Under The Hammer host Martin Roberts took to social yesterday to respond to a frustrated fan. The 57-year-old presenter said he would speak to the show’s production team in order to rectify a matter that was bugging the viewer, when he replied via Twitter.
“When will HUTH stop going back to UNFINISHED projects?!
“Nothing winds me up more,” the user wrote online yesterday.
Martin was quick to issue an apology.
“Wow, sincere apologies for ruining your morning, I’ll have words with the production team and promise to do better [laughing emojis],” he replied, in view of his 26,200 followers.
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One viewer asked if the Homes Under The Hammer star was ever tempted to purchase a property featured on the show himself.
“Martin, when you’re showing the viewers around the un-sold building or plot of land on HUTH, have you ever thought about actually buying that building or plot of land that you loved from filming there? #AskMartinMonday.
Martin joked that it would make for a “boring” programme if he snapped them all up.
“I’m not allowed to buy any of the properties we feature as it would make a very boring show if I buy them all the time… let’s meet the new buyer.. oh it’s me,” he explained followed by two laughing emojis.
Another fan issued a proposal of marriage.
“Hi Martin, will you marry me?”
“Hey, thank you for the kind offer, I’ll check with my current wife!,” he amusingly replied.
In 2010, Martin married Kirsty Roberts.
The couple live in Bath with their two children.