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Gogglebox stars Steph and Dom spotted soaking up the sun in Great Yarmouth

PUBLISHED: 16:30 19 July 2017 | UPDATED: 16:50 19 July 2017

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 Steph and Dom Parker from Gogglebox, with their miniature Daschund Gigi, learn about flea and tick protection for cats and dogs at The FRONTLINE Plus House in Victoria Station, London.

EDITORIAL USE ONLY Steph and Dom Parker from Gogglebox, with their miniature Daschund Gigi, learn about flea and tick protection for cats and dogs at The FRONTLINE Plus House in Victoria Station, London.

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Gogglebox stars Steph and Dom Parker stunned holiday makers in Great Yarmouth as they relaxed with a drink on a busy seaside terrace.

Pub on the Prom in Great Yarmouth.

Picture: James Bass

Pub on the Prom in Great Yarmouth. Picture: James Bass

However instead of cradling his trademark glass of red Dom was seen sipping coffee at the Pub on the Prom in Great Yarmouth, this afternoon.

Famous for their boozy antics on the Channel 4 reality show the couple were apparently taking a break from filming in the muggy aftermath of last night’s storms.

But aside from saying they were enjoying the seaside the pair remained tight-lipped about the nature of their visit.

Moira Scott-Peek, family representative for the Scotts who own The Pub on the Prom said the couple had been coming in for lunch with some 14 crew since Sunday.

She said their presence had been causing some excitement with plenty of nudging and whispering going on among customers who had also dropped in for a bite to eat.

She said they were both very friendly and polite.

Steph and Dom rose to fame as the “posh” ones in Gogglebox, quickly ranking among the nation’s favourites and becoming known for their drinking, dogs, and colourful socks.

They quit the show last year.


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