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    Sam Frost hints at Home and Away return after sharing a blooper from her time on the show and admitting she ‘misses’ it

    Lynne McGranger, her Home and Away co-star, hinted that she would return to the show after leaving unexpectedly last year.

    And Sam Frost herself has now teased a return to the long-running soap.

    The former Bachelorette, 32, uploaded a flashback blooper from the show on Instagram on Tuesday, in which she tripped over while filming a beach scene.

    The reality TV star-turned-actress stated in the caption that she misses working on the show.

    ‘Looking through my camera roll for H&A footage and found this gem… what an idiot,’ she tweeted, before adding she was ‘legit the world’s clumsiest person!

    ‘Geez, I miss laughing with the gang, it was so much fun #homeandaway @homeandaway #bloopers @penny.mcnamee.’

    Sam, who first appeared on the show in 2017 as Jasmine Delaney, left the Channel Seven soap in December, two months after announcing she had not had the Covid vaccine.

    Sam is now fully vaccinated, according to her co-star Lynne McGranger, who told Nova’s Fitzy & Wippa last month that she might perhaps return to the show.

    Seven Productions has a policy requiring all actors and crew to be Covid-vaccinated; nevertheless, sources claim Sam’s departure last year had nothing to do with the mandate.

    ‘There were some issues of course with getting vaccinated but I’m here to tell you she is double vaccinated, now possibly boosted as well,’ Lynne revealed.

    She added: ‘She needed to be with her family and they’re down in Melbourne, but the door is definitely open for her to come back, and I’m sure as we speak she is in negotiations with producers.’

    In December, Sam shot her final sequences for Home and Away at Eveleigh Studios in Sydney. She then relocated to Melbourne in order to be closer to her family and friends.

    In October, Sam provoked outrage by revealing she had not received the Covid vaccine and comparing limitations on the unvaccinated to segregation.’

    ‘I was extremely apprehensive about shooting a video or even speaking up about this sort of thing, but I feel like it’s getting to a stage now in the world where there’s a lot of division,’ she said in an emotional Instagram video.

    ‘There’s a lot of harsh judgment and opinions being thrown around a lot and it’s taking its toll on my mental health for sure, and I know people around me are struggling – particularly if they’re on the side of they don’t want to get vaccinated, for whatever reason.

    ‘There are lots of different reasons why people are not getting vaccinated and it might be because of their medical history, their concerns, they might have a family history, it could be religious reasons.’

    Sam then claimed she hadn’t been vaccinated, but that she had discussed her option with both her medical doctor and a psychologist.

    She added tearfully: ‘It’s a really hard time to be in society right now and you feel like you are less of a human and you feel like people judge you.

    ‘And you’re too scared to talk about your opinion or your feelings and part of you wants to go, “Well it’s none of your damn business why I’m not! And there are good reasons why I’m not and I don’t want you to judge me.”‘

    Sam disabled her primary Instagram account and blocked all comments on the account for her mental health organization Believe after receiving backlash for her video.

    In December, Channel Seven announced Sam’s departure from Home and Away.

    While the actors and staff of Home and Away are required to get vaccinations, a network insider said her departure had nothing to do with the policy.

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