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Tuesday, July 7, 2020

Big Brother’s Sarah McDougal returns to work at Bunnings – Daily Mail

Reality star Sarah McDougal has returned to her her day job. 

The Big Brother housemate was spotted at Bunnings in Melbourne by a fan, who shared a photo to Twitter on Tuesday. 

The 19-year-old was all smiles in the photo and appeared happy to be behind the register.

Work: Sarah McDougal (pictured) has returned to her day job. The Big Brother housemate was spotted at Bunnings in Melbourne by a fan, who shared a photo to Twitter on Tuesday

Work: Sarah McDougal (pictured) has returned to her day job. The Big Brother housemate was spotted at Bunnings in Melbourne by a fan, who shared a photo to Twitter on Tuesday

Work: Sarah McDougal (pictured) has returned to her day job. The Big Brother housemate was spotted at Bunnings in Melbourne by a fan, who shared a photo to Twitter on Tuesday

She was dressed in the classic green and red Bunnings uniform and had her hair pulled back, but was nonetheless recognisable from her stint on TV. 

It comes after Sarah revealed the heartbreaking reason why she wants to win the $250,000 prize money.

Speaking to TV Week on Monday, the Victorian student said she hopes to win the show to pay off the debt from her late father James’ funeral.

Reasons: It comes after Sarah revealed the heartbreaking reason why she wants to win the $250,000 prize money

Reasons: It comes after Sarah revealed the heartbreaking reason why she wants to win the $250,000 prize money

Reasons: It comes after Sarah revealed the heartbreaking reason why she wants to win the $250,000 prize money

‘He was 59 and pretty sick with emphysema, but doctors didn’t realise how bad it was, so dad pushed me to go on my first trip overseas to do volunteer work in Indonesia last July,’ she said.

‘He passed away really suddenly and I got the call to come home as soon as possible. 

‘It was heartbreaking and all the financial repercussions came down on us kids, so we got in quite a bit of debt,’ she added.

Tragic: The 19-year-old said she hopes to win the show to pay off the debt from her late father James' funeral. Pictured: Sarah and her late father

Tragic: The 19-year-old said she hopes to win the show to pay off the debt from her late father James' funeral. Pictured: Sarah and her late father

Tragic: The 19-year-old said she hopes to win the show to pay off the debt from her late father James’ funeral. Pictured: Sarah and her late father

'He passed away really suddenly': She told TV Week her dad 'was 59 and pretty sick with emphysema, but doctors didn't realise how bad it was'

'He passed away really suddenly': She told TV Week her dad 'was 59 and pretty sick with emphysema, but doctors didn't realise how bad it was'

‘He passed away really suddenly’: She told TV Week her dad ‘was 59 and pretty sick with emphysema, but doctors didn’t realise how bad it was’

‘It would mean so much to me to be able to pay it off. It would change my family’s lives.’

Sarah, who is the youngest of seven children, went on to call her father the ‘smartest person I’ve ever met’ and said he’d inspired her to become a better person.

She also spoke about her family’s financial struggles, admitting she got her first job as a dog walker at the age of 12 to help her parents pay the bills.  

Battler: She also spoke about her family's financial struggles, admitting she got her first job as a dog walker at the age of 12 to help her parents pay the bills

Battler: She also spoke about her family's financial struggles, admitting she got her first job as a dog walker at the age of 12 to help her parents pay the bills

Battler: She also spoke about her family’s financial struggles, admitting she got her first job as a dog walker at the age of 12 to help her parents pay the bills



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