Gogglebox: We found SISTERS Ellie and Izzi on Instagram!

Gogglebox has a new favourite pair of armchair critics with sister-act Ellie and Izzi often stealing the show on series 12.

The sisters from Leeds have been in fine form with their weekly critique of the TV schedule, offering a laid-back approach with pizza and wine.

Here is everything we know about the Gogglebox duo following an extensive stalk on Instagram!

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Izzi is a Mum

Izzi the proud mother of four-year-old Bobby Warner.

And by the looks of Insta, Bobby was born on or around Halloween – which means for some serious celebrations!

Ellie is Older

Ellie is the older sister at 28 years old, although we’re not exactly sure how old Izzi is.

Either way, here’s a cute throwback of Elz…

A New Character?

Looking at Ellie’s Instagram, there could be a third character soon added to their Googlebox appearances.

Ellie has taken the care of an Italian greyhound puppy. With filming for season 12 still rolling, the pup could make its TV debut any time soon!

His name is Mick, short for Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles character Michelangelo, and even has his own Instagram account!

Separate Homes

Although it may seem like Ellie and Izzi are joined at the hip, they don’t actually live together.

Filming is conducted from the front room of their mum’s place, meaning a real-life Friday Night Dinner takes place!

NTA Winners

The Gogglebox sisters have been part of the production since 2015, meaning they’ve been around for all four of Gogglebox’s National Television Awards.

The Channel 4 series has been nominated as the best Factual Entertainment Programme for four years running!

More to Life than a Sofa

Of course, there’s more to life for Ellie and Izzi than life on the sofa.

Although the sisters will be forever remembered for their bare-foot stints on the couch, here are some of our favourite pics from their ‘outside’ lives.





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