Baasit Siddiqui has shared the sweetest set of photos of his Gogglebox co-star and dad, Sid, along with his mum, Nasreen, and daughter, Amelia, and, like the rest of the internet, we want to know when Nasreen is going to appear on the hit Channel 4 show.
The images show Sid, Nasreen and the adorable Amelia, who’s clutching a toy puppy, posing next to a bright red acer plant at their family home. Baasit captioned them, “I was trying to get a photo of all three of these guys staring at the camera and smiling! Dad is like a statue with that smile, but Mum and Amelia were doing it on purpose. Each time one of them would smile, the other would look the other way or swap! The Siddiqui ladies are a stubborn and cheeky bunch”.
The photos were a big hit with the Siddiqui family’s 6.1k followers, with lots of their fans showing appreciation for the snap. One fan commented, “Love these pics. Especially the one where your mum is smiling.”
Another said, “Your mam is adorable first time I’ve seen her and don’t want to even mention your handsome dad love your little family.”
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Whilst Nasreen (and Sid’s two daughters) don’t want to appear on the show, every so often we get a special appearance from one of his grandchildren and, honestly, it’s usually the best moment on the show.
Although Nasreen doesn’t enjoy being in the spotlight like the rest of her family, this is not the first time that she has been seen on social media. Back in 2016, she spoke out against the backlash that her sons had received after jokingly comparing themselves to trainees at an ISIS camp.
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The cheeky brothers were dressed up in camouflage for a paintballing session and posted a snap on Facebook with the caption, “ISIS training day, look how happy we look!”
After people started criticising their photo’s caption, Nasreen stood up for her sons commenting, “They are very silly boys! It was only meant as a bit of fun but it’s backfired. I can see why the words caused a problem. They weren’t thinking. It was meant to be fun, but it was foolish. They’ve said sorry.”
Police were reportedly called in to investigate the post although no action was ever taken.