THE FIRST episode of Harry Redknapp’s Sandbanks Summer aired on Wednesday night.

Harry was joined by Neil ‘Razor’ Ruddock and Joe Pasquale and visited Corfe Castle for a sword fight with Joe and the Air Festival.

Here’s five things we learned about Harry’s life in Sandbanks.

1. Harry says hello to literally everyone

The episode starts with the former Cherries manager walking down Banks Road by the Rick Stein restaurant.

“I just wave to everybody,” he exclaims.

“I’ve become a professional waver. Just waving, keep waving.”

Harry’s larger than life persona, which was on show when he won I’m a Celebrity… Get Me out of Here!, combined with Bobby McFerrin’s Don’t Worry, Be Happy playing the background suggests that Harry leads a happy life in his £4 million home.

2. Sandbanks residents need a ‘day lounge’ and an ‘evening lounge’

Razor Ruddock is looking to move to Sandbanks, so Harry takes him and Joe around a £5 million penthouse apartment on the exclusive peninsula, the most expensive penthouse outside of London.

On the tour, the trio are shown the ‘day lounge’ with views over to Old Harry Rocks.

Then as the sunsets, Razor, if he were to buy the property, could retire to his ‘evening lounge’ and look out to Brownsea Island and Poole Harbour.

“Razor, we could both fit in that bath,” Joe says when looking in the master bedroom ensuite. It’s a very big bath.

3. Harry is surprisingly good with a bow and arrow

While at Corfe Castle, Harry, Joe and Razor test their archery skills.

Razor and Joe’s attempts leave a lot to be desired, as both miss the picture of the deer.

Up steps the Sage of Sandbanks himself. And, as the viewer is led to believe, in one try, hit the deer bang on his nose.

Harry’s first thought? He couldn’t wait to tell his beloved Sandra.

4. Even in a suit of armour, Harry loves a punt on the horses

Suited up ready for a swordfight with Joe, Harry calls on Razor for help as he can’t get his phone from his pocket.

“Can you get my phone out, I feel a bet coming on,” he says. “I feel a certainty.”

Harry, speaking into the phone held to his ear by Razor, says: “Hello, Mark. How are we betting in the 5.30 at Leicester.”

5. The King of the Jungle loves his wife more than anything

It’s well-documented how infatuated Harry is with his wife, Sandra. And it is even more apparent in this episode.

At the Air Festival, Harry calls on pilot-friend Richard to help him surprise Sandra.

Richard uses his modified stunt-plane to draw a heart in the sky as the announcer says over the speaker: “This is for somebody very special, by the name of Sandra Redknapp.”

The episode ends with Harry clearing dog muck in his back garden, perhaps his world isn’t too different to ours after all?

What did you think of the episode? Will you be watching next week?