Escape to the Chateau fans thrilled as Strawbridge family post glam first look at new project | The Sun

ESCAPE to the Chateau fans have been left thrilled after the Strawbridge family posted a glam first look at their new project.

The Channel 4 show came to an end in December last year after six years.

Escape to the Chateau fans are gutted not to get to see the goings on at the Strawbridge's stunning property any more, but the couple do still keep them up to date via social media.

In their latest post on Instagram, Dick and Angel shared a picture with their children Arthur and Dorothy and Angel's dad Steve.

The family are currently on the other side of the world on tour, and they posed for a backstage snap in Perth, Australia.

Angel looked stunning in a black formal dress, while Dick looped dapper in a red velvet smoking jacket.

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Meanwhile Arthur wore a green velvet jacket similar to his dad's, while Dorothy looked cool in frayed denim shorts, black satin bomber jacket and pink sneakers.

The picture was captioned: "Good evening Perth! All ready for opening night of the Australia & New Zealand Tour…so much excitement!"

Their fans were quick to comment, with one writing: "Dorothy looks SO much like Grandpa Steve."

Another added: "You all look brilliant,nice to see papa Steve too,I'm sure there'll be some jokes for the audience,have a brilliant time."

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A third shared: "Omg!! The kids have grown up so much! We need you back on TV!! I love your beautiful family and all that you do!!"

Meanwhile a fourth posted: "Looking great, as always! Enjoy your time in Australia and NZ!"

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