Sunrise host Nat Barr shares her ridiculous ‘refund’ from Westpac

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As well as receiving a pay rise from her Sunrise promotion, Natalie Barr has added to her wealth with an unexpected windfall.

The 53-year-old has taken to social media to share the ridiculous ‘refund’ she received from her bank.

Natalie Barr on Sunrise.
Natalie Barr took over as co-host of Sunrise in March. Photo: Instagram/natalie_barr7

Natalie revealed to Instagram on Wednesday that she had been given a refund of one cent, and asked her followers what she should do with it.

“Any ideas on how I can spend my 1 cent refund from Westpac?,” she captioned the photo of her letter.

Natalie asked her fans how she should spend her refund of $0.01. Photo: Instagram/natalie_barr7
Natalie asked her fans how she should spend her refund of $0.01. Photo: Instagram/natalie_barr7

The humorous post comes after former Sunrise co-host Samantha Armytage revealed the real reason why she left the Channel Seven show.

Chatting with shock jock Kyle Sandilands on her podcast Something To Talk About, Samantha says she was over being critiqued by the media.

“There were many, many reasons,” she started. “But one of the reasons was that I thought the fun wasn’t there anymore.”

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Samantha went on to say that she was the “lightning rod for the show at that point” and was “getting belted to death” in the press.

“You just think, ‘Is life worth this?’," she added.

‘Ouch ouch ouch’

Nat’s followers on Instagram expressed concern with her recent beauty treatment. Photo: Instagram/natalie_barr7
Nat’s followers on Instagram expressed concern with her recent beauty treatment. Photo: Instagram/natalie_barr7

Nat Barr sparked fan concerns last week after sharing a photo of her latest beauty treatment.

According to her caption, the mother of two was having the IPL/Fraxel treatment to tackle 'sun damage' she copped while growing up in Western Australia.

“I push my hair back, put my numbing gel on and start my second treatment for the sun damage on my chest and hands that began back as a kid in the ‘70’s in the WA heat,” she wrote on the Instagram post.

While the treatment is non-surgical, some followers expressed their concerns for the laser being painful on skin.

“Ouch ouch ouch ouch ouch," wrote one follower, to which Nat replied, "Yeah there was a bit of that!”

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