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Sam Frost announces her return to TV after leaving Home and Away

Sam Frost is returning to television after three months away from Home and Away.

The former Bachelorette will be joined by her sister, Kris Ross, in the lifestyle series My Road to Adventure, which will be broadcast on Channel Seven.

Sam and Kris will travel along Victoria’s famous Great Ocean Road in a motor home.

The 32-year-old discussed her new role with the Herald Sun.

“We’re thrilled to be back with the My Road to Adventure crew, and this time we’ll be traveling to Victoria’s Great Ocean Rd.

“The Great Ocean Road means a lot to our family and holds a special place in my heart. I can’t wait to revisit,” said Sam.

The sisters have previously traveled to Queensland’s Fraser Island and Hervey Bay for the series.

Sam finished filming her final scenes for Home and Away in December, after deciding to leave the show to be closer to her family in Melbourne.

She explained her decision on her Believe by Sam Frost Instagram account, alongside a photo of a retweet about Ash Barty’s decision to take a break from tennis to focus on her mental health.

“To take care of my mental health, I left my dream job on Home and Away. I needed to take a breather, return home, and spend time with my family “Sam got things started.

“Most importantly, I must prioritize my health and well-being. I now spend my days with the people I care about, doing the things I’ve always wanted to do but couldn’t due to my work schedule.

“I spent 4.5 years as a distant friend, a distant girlfriend, and a sister who couldn’t be present at major life events.” I’m making up for lost time right now.”

The blonde beauty went on to say that her priorities had shifted and that she now wanted to focus on the more important aspects of her life, which work had taken her away from.

“I’m putting my health and relationships first. Sometimes when I wake up, I’m worried about money, work, and whether or not I’ll be able to pay my mortgage… But then I remember how important it is to prioritize our mental health and take time to heal our mind, body, and soul.

“The rest will fall into place ✨ #healing.”

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Sam Frost is returning to television after three months away from Home and Away.

The former Bachelorette will be joined by her sister, Kris Ross, in the lifestyle series My Road to Adventure, which will be broadcast on Channel Seven.

Sam and Kris will travel along Victoria’s famous Great Ocean Road in a motor home.

The 32-year-old discussed her new role with the Herald Sun.

“We’re thrilled to be back with the My Road to Adventure crew, and this time we’ll be traveling to Victoria’s Great Ocean Rd.

“The Great Ocean Road means a lot to our family and holds a special place in my heart. I can’t wait to revisit,” said Sam.

The sisters have previously traveled to Queensland’s Fraser Island and Hervey Bay for the series.

Sam finished filming her final scenes for Home and Away in December, after deciding to leave the show to be closer to her family in Melbourne.

She explained her decision on her Believe by Sam Frost Instagram account, alongside a photo of a retweet about Ash Barty’s decision to take a break from tennis to focus on her mental health.

“To take care of my mental health, I left my dream job on Home and Away. I needed to take a breather, return home, and spend time with my family “Sam got things started.

“Most importantly, I must prioritize my health and well-being. I now spend my days with the people I care about, doing the things I’ve always wanted to do but couldn’t due to my work schedule.

“I spent 4.5 years as a distant friend, a distant girlfriend, and a sister who couldn’t be present at major life events.” I’m making up for lost time right now.”

The blonde beauty went on to say that her priorities had shifted and that she now wanted to focus on the more important aspects of her life, which work had taken her away from.

“I’m putting my health and relationships first. Sometimes when I wake up, I’m worried about money, work, and whether or not I’ll be able to pay my mortgage… But then I remember how important it is to prioritize our mental health and take time to heal our mind, body, and soul.

“The rest will fall into place ✨ #healing.”

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Sam Frost is returning to television after three months away from Home and Away.

The former Bachelorette will be joined by her sister, Kris Ross, in the lifestyle series My Road to Adventure, which will be broadcast on Channel Seven.

Sam and Kris will travel along Victoria’s famous Great Ocean Road in a motor home.

The 32-year-old discussed her new role with the Herald Sun.

“We’re thrilled to be back with the My Road to Adventure crew, and this time we’ll be traveling to Victoria’s Great Ocean Rd.

“The Great Ocean Road means a lot to our family and holds a special place in my heart. I can’t wait to revisit,” said Sam.

The sisters have previously traveled to Queensland’s Fraser Island and Hervey Bay for the series.

Sam finished filming her final scenes for Home and Away in December, after deciding to leave the show to be closer to her family in Melbourne.

She explained her decision on her Believe by Sam Frost Instagram account, alongside a photo of a retweet about Ash Barty’s decision to take a break from tennis to focus on her mental health.

“To take care of my mental health, I left my dream job on Home and Away. I needed to take a breather, return home, and spend time with my family “Sam got things started.

“Most importantly, I must prioritize my health and well-being. I now spend my days with the people I care about, doing the things I’ve always wanted to do but couldn’t due to my work schedule.

“I spent 4.5 years as a distant friend, a distant girlfriend, and a sister who couldn’t be present at major life events.” I’m making up for lost time right now.”

The blonde beauty went on to say that her priorities had shifted and that she now wanted to focus on the more important aspects of her life, which work had taken her away from.

“I’m putting my health and relationships first. Sometimes when I wake up, I’m worried about money, work, and whether or not I’ll be able to pay my mortgage… But then I remember how important it is to prioritize our mental health and take time to heal our mind, body, and soul.

“The rest will fall into place ✨ #healing.”

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