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In the current series of Celebrity Yorkshire Auction House, expert Angus Ashworth was on the hunt for weird and wonderful treasures in the homes of a number of celebrities. Throughout the series, the Antiques Road Trip star helped the likes of Craig Revel Horwood, Rav Wilding and Debbie McGee to de-clutter their homes by auctioning off some of their unwanted items.

However, in an exclusive interview with, Angus explained a number of his celebrity guests struggled to let go of some of their beloved items.

He admitted because Strictly judge Craig was moving house, he let the expert have free reign and he was able to auction whatever he wanted.

Although, model Jodie Kidd needed a bit of persuading to shift some of her treasured antiques.

There was one item in particular which caught the attention of Angus.

“There were a few items that people didn’t want to sell, like Jodie Kidd,” the expert began.

“Jodie Kidd’s photo albums were just unbelievable. They were just incredible to me.

“For me, from a historical point of view, they were the most fascinating out of all of them.

“Her history and her great grandfather was called Beaverbrook and for somebody that is interested in military history, he was instrumental in World War Two.”

Angus continued: “He was the go-to to Sir Winston Churchill, but his daughter was an incredibly keen photographer.

“Jodie had a close relationship with her and she’s got all her photo albums from the 30s, 40s and 50s.

“Which from a historical point of view was just fascinating.

“She got into all the places that a normal journalist would have got into.”

“They were incredible,” Angus added as he explained: “They were obviously not for sale.

“But to see stuff like that was absolutely fantastic.”

Another celebrity who struggled to let go of some of his items was John Sergeant.

Angus went on to add he would have loved to have taken some of John’s treasured antiques.

“There were a lot of items in his house I would have loved to have taken,” Angus admitted. “But that’s often the case in my job.

“People think about what they want to let go and sometimes they ask me, ‘What do you think it’s worth?’

“‘Do I let it go. If it’s not worth much or I’ll hang on to it as it means more sentimentally’.”

Antiques Road Trip is available to watch on BBC iPlayer and Celebrity Yorkshire Auction House airs on Really, Mondays at 9pm and is available to stream on Discovery+

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