[ENT] Gogglebox’s Siddiqui family show rare pic of ‘unseen’ mum with fans wanting more

Baasit Siddiqui has shared a rare photo of his mother on Instagram and it has left his followers wanting to see her more on social media.

The Gogglebox star posted a photo of his dad Sid and daughter Amelia along with his mum, Nasreen, who is never seen on screen in the Channel 4 show.

While Baasit and his brother Umar have become firm favourites with viewers, alongside father Sid as they review shows from the week’s TV, fans of the family want them to make room on the sofa for the mother of the family after her appearance on Instgram.

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Baasit wrote alongside the snap, in which his mum is seen smiling broadly as she posed with her husband and granddaughter: “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.”

Gogglebox’s Baasit Siddiquis’ share rare glimpse of mum in adorable family snap

He continued: “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 certainly a hit with their 5.9k followers, with one fan commenting: “Love these pics. Especially the one where your Mum is smiling.”

Another added: “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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The Siddiqui family are one of the most popular on Gogglebox

It is not the first time that Nasreen has been seen on social media as she also spoke out in support of her sons in 2016, after they compared themselves to an ISIS training camp.

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!”

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Despite it being a joke, they faced a huge backlash at the time and it brought Mother Siddiqui to comment in their defence, after she felt the criticism had gone too far.

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She wrote at the time: “They are very silly boys! It was only meant as a bit of fun but it’s backfired.”

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Nasreen blamed the prank on her middle son, Raza, writing: “Most of the time he is a very good boy but sometimes he’s a little naughty. He’s always saying funny things but doesn’t want to offend anyone.”

The police were eventually called in to investigate the post, though no action was taken.

Nasreen said after their involvement: “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.”

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