Celeb Gogglebox cast in tears over heartbreaking Repair Shop episode

Jene J. Long
Photo credit: Channel 4
Photo credit: Channel 4

From Digital Spy

The famous faces of Celebrity Gogglebox were left dabbing their teary eyes after watching The Repair Shop on yesterday’s (June 26) episode.

This included Love Island duo (and real-life partners) Laura Whitmore and Iain Stirling, Stacey Solomon and Joe Swash, plus Jamie Theakston and Ashley Roberts, who were all taking part as armchair analysts.

But what exactly set them off?

Photo credit: Channel 4
Photo credit: Channel 4

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Design Your Own Custom Face Mask and Shop the Amazing Selection at GSW

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We’re getting creative with our face masks! Who would have thought that these coverings would be the most sought-after accessory of 2020? Instead of purchasing masks that are intended for use by medical professionals and frontline workers, companies have created reusable options that the general public can wear and wash after returning home.

We started out by primarily sporting plain fabric masks. Simple cotton coverings were among the most common styles available online, and they certainly did the trick. But now, different brands have stepped in and made their own versions! There are graphic prints everywhere, and

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4 British Home Design Brands You Can Shop on This Side of the Atlantic

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Say “cheerio” to your new favorite decorating style. British design is making its way across the pond, bringing classic elegance and refined comforts to this side of the Atlantic. The aesthetic leans traditional, but modern materials and updated silhouettes make English-inspired interiors feel fresh, not stuffy. Rita Konig, an English interior designer and tastemaker who has clients in America, shares ways to make a room feel English.

  • Focus on Comfort: “The first thing I think of when it comes to English interiors is comfort—dogs and children and a soft, squishy sofa,” Konig says.

  • Try Brown in Your Color Scheme: Brown furniture, such as a chest of drawers, anchors a room. “You can find something beautifully made and lovely at a thrift shop that will always work somewhere.”

  • Look to Grandma’s Collection: “Accumulation is in the British DNA,” Konig says. “We’re not into buying a look or chucking things out.

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