Gogglebox's Siddiqui family reveal pic of 'unseen' mum Nasreen with their dad Sid

GOGGLEBOX'S Bassit Siddiqui has shared a rare snap of his "unseen" mum Nasreen.

The star took to Instagram earlier today to share a series of adorable family pictures of his daughter Amelia with her two grandparents.

Bassit, 34, his brother Umar, 41, and their dad Sid, 73, have been regulars on the popular Channel 4 show since it first aired in 2013, but like a few other of their family members, Nasreen has never made an appearance.

The latest post on the family's official Instagram account has given a look at the person who completes the famous family – their loving mum.

In the picture Bassit's daughter Amelia is stood smiling next to her grandma and grandad, with a beautiful acer tree in the background.

He captioned the post: "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 we’re 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"

And fans flocked to the comment section to try and persuade Nasreen to appear on the show.

One wrote: "So cute! Tell your mum we want her on gogglebox! ❤️"

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 ❤️"

A third commented: "Love these pics. Especially the one where your Mum is smiling ❤️❤️❤️"

While a fourth pointed out the resemblance between son and daughter, by saying: "Wow Bassit looks like his mum"

Sid and Nasreen, who have been married for almost 40 years, share two daughters that don't appear on the show and three sons – with their third son Raza making occasional appearances.

Baasit is an IT teacher and Umar is a biomedical Microbiologist at The Royal Derby Hospital.

Back in April Sid called his fans "my best friends" as he was forced to stay off from the show to keep himself safe from Covid-19.

During lockdown Sid was isolating away from his two sons while they filmed for the series without him.

He told fans on Twitter: "A big hi to all my friends, I don't feel you're fans but my best and close friends. I am sorry for my absence from #Gogglebox, your kind & beautiful messages always overwhelm me with touch of sadness.

"These difficult times will pass. Please #bestrong #besafe".



Source: Read Full Article