Pete and Sophie are the brother and sister duo that have us chuckling on our sofas every Friday night since they joined Gogglebox in 2018. Thanks to their brilliant quips about the TV shows they are watching and their great banter with one another, we love finding out what Sophie and Pete will do next! Ahead of yet another hilarious episode of Gogglebox on Friday, find out everything you need to know about the funny pair.
Where are Pete and Sophie from and what do they do?
As the TV show (and their accents) would indicate, Pete and Sophie are from Blackpool. Aside from their blossoming careers as TV personalities on Gogglebox, the couple also have day jobs. While Sophie, 23, has a job as a shop window dresser, Pete, 25, works in insurance. The pair often hang out together in their spare time, and regularly share snaps of their nights out on Instagram.
The siblings are close friends
Do Pete and Sophie have any other siblings?
Indeed, Pete and Sophie do share two others siblings; another brother, Harry, and sister, Lucy. Sophie recently shared a photo of them all together for National Sibling Day, writing: "The best." The group of four all seem to get along very well, and Pete also recently shared a snap of them enjoying a night out, writing: "The fam".
Pete and Sophie with their other brother and sister
Before Gogglebox and famous friends
Pete and Sophie might have been scouted for Gogglebox after starring in two adverts for Talk Talk's This Stuff Matters campaign, with Pete's face even appearing on billboards! The pair have also known the 'Chuckle Brothers' Barry and Paul, and Sophie paid a sweet tribute to Barry following his sad death in 2018. Sharing a snap of herself with the brothers, she wrote: "A truly lovely and funny man to be around. You filled millions of childhoods with laughter and entertainment including mine and Peters. You will be sadly missed by many. Rest in peace Uncle Barry. Lots of love from me, to you."
The pair have previously opened up about appearing on the show, with Sophie describing it as a "pinch-me moment". Chatting to The Sun, she said: "We can still pop out for milk, but I can always tell when we're on telly because my phone buzzes with new Twitter followers." Pete added: "We're still gobsmacked that we’re on the show. A woman came up to me saying me and Soph were ace – when people take the time to do that, it means a lot."