Gogglebox favourite Jenny is a regular on the hit Channel 4 show.

For the past few years the northern star has entertained the nation by joining her BFF Lee on the sofa to comment about the week's TV.

Ever since the pals made their debut on Gogglebox their scenes have been filmed inside Lee's static home.

But away from the cameras Jenny is actually married.

Her husband Rhys is yet to appear on the show and is unlikely to ever make a cameo moving forward.

Like Jenny, Lee also has along term parter, Steve, who is has been with for 30 years.

Previously talking about agreeing to the show, Lee admitted it was Jenny who was approached initially.

Lee said: "I wasn’t [at Beverley Races] but she asked me if I wanted to sit and do a test filming with her.

"I’d never seen Gogglebox, it had only just started, so I walked into filming swearing my head off because she’d got me out of bed on my day off."

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Jenny and Lee first met after he became a regular at her pub in East Yorkshire.

They then formed a close friendship.

Jenny told Ireland's Big Issue: "He became a regular in 1994 and used to come in pretty much every night with his partner and we were friends from the off.

"We’ve been best friends ever since."

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While they don't usually live together, Jenny did move into Lee's home during the first lockdown to allow them to continue filming Gogglebox.

Recently talking to Daily Star, Celebrity Gogglebox star Rylan explained how the show is filmed.

The former X Factor star said: "The producers seem to really enjoy coming to our house as they don't need to give you any guidance or pointers as they know mum will come out with something about someone's f***y or something like that.

"They have an easy job with us two, but the show in general isn't scripted.

"They don't even tell you what you are going to watch to make it as real as possible.

"They like to get your genuine reaction as possible, that is the whole point of the show. You don't know until it starts playing."

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