GOGGLEBOX fans rejoiced seeing Ellie Warner and her sister Izzie on the show tonight.
Ellie returned for the first time last week after an extended break following her boyfriend’s devastating car accident.
Viewers of the Channel 4 show flooded social media to celebrate that the pair were back on screens before the end of the series.
Uno dijo: “Im so glad Ellie and Izzy are back”
Otro dijo: “Loving the body positivity from Ellie and Izzy on”
Y un tercero comentó: “Amazing amazing Ellie and Izzie scene there real bodies”
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The sisters had been discussing whether to wear a swimsuit or bikini on the beach on holiday.
Izzy said: “I”ve been considering it. High waisted.”
She lifted up her top to expose her belly, and Ellie replied: “You can get that roll tanned.”
“But then if I lift up the tire and show you … I don’t want to get me stretch marks out” Izzy replied.
But Ellie added: “Everybody’s body positive now.”
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El viernes, marzo 18, Ellie’s boyfriend Nat was rushed to intensive care after he was hit by a car in Halton, Leeds while walking home in the early hours.
A family member confirmed he had suffered a broken neck and back as well as two collapsed lungs.
They added he was also initially placed on a life support machine.
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A source close to Ellie said: “Ellie’s focus, 100 por ciento, is on Nat and supporting him in his recovery.
“She’s been told to take as much time off as she needs and it is very unlikely she will be returning during the current series.
“Producers have told her to take as long as she needs.”
Ellie took to Facebook ahead of her return to the hit series last week.
Ella dijo: “For my birthday this year, I’m asking for donations to Headway – the brain injury association.
“I’ve chosen this charity because their mission means a lot to me, and I hope that you’ll consider contributing as a way of celebrating with me.”
She included a link to the charity which aims “to promote the understanding of all aspects of brain injury and to provide vital information, support and services to people with a brain injury, their families and carers.”