Death In Paradise’s Josephine speaks out on ‘tough’ home life decision ‘My mind is numb’

Josephine Jobert: Death in Paradise star talks home renovations

Death In Paradise star Josephine Jobert, 35, who plays DS Florence Cassell, took to Instagram to tell her followers her “mind is numb” after hours searching the internet for interior design ideas. The actress said she had been awake until the early hours of the morning looking for inspiration and was yet to choose any items. In view of her 72,000 followers, she said on her Instagram Story: “I’ve been looking for furnitures and decorations for my apartment since yesterday afternoon.”

Josephine went on to say she finally had to time to concentrate on decorating her apartment after arriving home from Guadeloupe, where they film Death In Paradise.

She went on to say: “The renovations ended before I left to film Guadeloupe so I did not have time to take care of it. How do people do?”

“I am fascinated by all the interior decorators. I know it’s their job but congrats guys cause it’s tough!

“There are so many websites, prices, options, beautiful things.

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“I don’t know what to choose. My mind is numb. I finished at 1am yesterday and still haven’t ordered anything yet.”

The actress went on to say she was hoping to finally order something today, adding: “It tires me.”

Josephine is no stranger to interacting with her fans on social media.

Earlier this month, she gave her followers a backstage insight into a scene she found difficult to film.

In a recent episode, she could be seen confidently holding a crab while her co-star DI Neville Parker (played by Ralf Little) freaked out at the sight of them.

While she appeared unfazed on the show, the actress told fans she was “dying inside” while filming the scene as she is scared of crabs. 

Josephine added she asked producers if she could “meet” the crabs beforehand so she could try and overcome her phobia.

Recalling her reaction to receiving the script, she said: “I was like, ‘Oh my god, what is this all about?’”

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Ahead of the episode being aired, she went on to explain: “Basically, in the scene Florence was touching… grabbing a crab for some reason.

“It’s even worse it’s like a nightmare so I did the scene and I was decomposed, gone, dead inside.”

The Florence Cassell star added it took her a “few weeks” to come round to the idea after producers suggested changing the script.

“I thought, you know what? It’s a challenge. If Florence can do it, I can do it and I wanna do it for the show,” she continued.

Josephine then showed fans a behind-the-scenes clip of her practising holding a crab.

She could be seen taking deep breaths while squirming as she adjusted to the idea.

“I did it the first time, I was so proud of myself,” she added.

Death In Paradise airs Thursdays at 9pm on BBC One.

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