Inside the home of Gogglebox family the Siddiquis, with iconic sofa and big garden

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Gogglebox viewers will be familiar with The Siddiquis as they’re a staple part of the hit show.

The family from Derby are much loved by viewers, who adore them for their quick wit, one liners and honest reactions.

Sitting on the Siddiqui sofa you’ll find Baasit and Umar, along with their dad Sid, and mum Nasreen prefers to stay off screen.

The famous family have a joint Instagram, managed by Baasit, where they often share insights into their lives together, and we’ve had a nosey at their home.

Their cosy living room featured a leather brown sofa which became pretty iconic seeing as we watched them watch TV from that sofa each episode.

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However, in December fans noticed the Siddiquis had given their living room a glow-up, replacing the brown sofa for a green one.

The family had also added new lamps and accessories to the space to give it a bright and airy look.

Fans were convinced the family had moved home, with one writing: “Have the Saddiqui family moved house? Or just got a new sofa?”

Another said: “Why are the Siddiqui family sitting in a different living room. Its thrown me. Need details.”

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However, it was quickly unveiled that the family had in fact just swapped their sofa, to replace it for a new green one.

The walls in the lounge are white, and a brown shelf is on the wall in view on top of which sits a bird ornament.

There’s a table in the lounge too, for the Siddiquis to rest their tea or coffee on while they sit back and indulge in shows.

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The room also boasts a large fireplace and mirror which sit against patterned cream wallpaper.

A bookshelf is in view too, boasting all sorts of literature, and on top of it sits a globe.

Over the Easter period, fans of the family were afforded a glimpse at their impressive garden too which is very big and boasts kids toys galore and a little shed right at the bottom.

In another snap we see a beautiful decorative area with various ornaments and a vase and Baasit's daughter Amelia holds a microphone up to her dad, with the caption: "Reporter Amelia interviewing Daddy Siddiqui."

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Dad of the Siddiqui family, Sid, was originally born in Pakistan but has been living in the UK since he was 16. He has been married to Nasreen for almost 40 years, and as well as Baasit and Umar, the couple share two daughters and another son Raza.

Baasit works as a secondary school teacher and is father to two children, Theodore and Amelia.

Meanwhile, Umar works for the NHS as a Biomedical Scientist in Microbiology but also produces electronic music under the name Burk Hold Dear.

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Baasit previously revealed what it’s like to film for the show, telling the Derby Telegraph: "There are two remote cameras in the room when they're filming.

"One is focusing on the family on the sofa and the other turns and films the close-ups of us.

"If one of us says something or reacts to something in a shocked way the camera will zoom into us. We have become so used to it now it just feels like a normal evening."

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