Cash in the Attic guest fights back tears as he pays moving tribute to late mum | The Sun

TWO Cash in the Attic contestants were left feeling over the moon after taking home over £4,000.

After almost a decade off-air, the show has returned to our screens on Channel 5.

Originally running from 2002 until 2012, the popular auction show was first aired on BBC1 before making the move.

Its former host, Jules Hudson, is back again on the new channel, and is joined by much-loved football pundit Chris Kamara.

Despite many of the show's fans being overjoyed that the show has been brought back, the same can't be said for everyone.

Monday's episode saw the show debut once again, as Chris and expert Paul Hayes paid a visit to guest Ian.


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Retired civil servant Ian lives with his stepson Bradley – who has autism – in Leamington Spa.

The pair bonded over their mutual love of trains not long after Ian started dating Bradley's mum Amanda.

All three live in Ian's late parents' house, which they have been doing up over the past few years.

This meant there was plenty of stuff in the attic for both Chris and Paul to sort through.

The pair were looking to find a new home for his mother's collection of paintings, vases and other valuable items.

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Their target goal was around £1,000, but after auctioning off various antiques and paintings, they walked away with over £4,000.

After the auction, before knowing the exact figure they'd made but knowing it was significant, Chris told them: "Brad, Ian, your faces are a picture, did you enjoy it?"

Ian replied: "I was thinking of my mum and she'd have loved to have been here.

"She'd have been proud and happy."

Antiques expert Paul then went on to reveal: "Taking into account all the items, all the paintings, all that lovely Crown Derby and Moorcroft and everything.

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"I can say with a massive smile on my face you've made £4537."

Bradley and his step-dad were over the moon, as Ian joked: "That's a few Coca Cola's mate!"

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