Charlie Albone will miss one thing about Selling Houses Australia - and it's not his playful exchanges with Andrew Winter.
As season 13 of Selling Houses Australia comes to an end, Charlie has taken time to reflect on what he's loved most about his time on the show.
There's a lot of memories you can make in 13 years, especially when you work on a show full of ups and downs like Selling Houses Australia.
From complete disasters to renovations that leave a property unrecognisable the team have seen it all.
But there's one thing that stands out in Charlie's mind - and while his love, hate banter with Andrew Winter was up there - it's not the thing he'll miss the most.
Sharing a picture to Instagram about his last episode – which airs tomorrow night – Charlie revealed it’s the scenes that don’t actually make it to air that he’s going to miss most.
“It’s the behind the scenes moments like this that I will miss the most - thank you,” he said.
“To Andrew and Shaynna, I wish you both the best with the next series (Andrew please stop calling me and get out of my front garden, I can see you behind the bins).
“But most of all thank you to all the fans of the show that tuned in.”
His heartfelt message comes as he says his final goodbye to co-stars Andrew and Shaynna Blaze, who both commented on his special post.
“It’s the stuff that doesn’t make the screen that had kept us together for 13 years. Your dry sense of humour, silly school boy antics and of course your talent is going to be so missed. Bloody hell this was funny!!! Shaynna commented on the post.
Meanwhile, Andrew Winter jokingly said: “This is just what you normally wear, you’re just angry someone took a pic! As for being in your garden? Sorry is that your place? I was just in the area researching.”
And fans reading the posts were quick to voice their sadness at the end of this era.
"I'm actually crying," said one."Missing you already."
"It's so bloody sad," said another "Next person will have such big shoes to fill."
The trio’s strong bond and banter was evident from the start – especially between Winty and Charlie, who Shaynna describes as 'two school boys'.
“Episode two was really where the Winty, Charlie banter started,” Charlie said.
“There was a bright orange cupboard and I was like oh look Andrew, that’s the same colour as your spray tan. And that was it, that’s where it all started.”
And while Charlie leaving the show is sad for fans, Andrew and Shaynna will carry on filming the hit show for a record-breaking 14 seasons - and they will be bringing in a new gardening recruit to join the gang.
Let's just hope they know what they're in for!
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