CELEBRITY Gogglebox viewers were left baffled last night as they thought Harry Redknapp's wife was in fact Rylan Clark-Neal's mother Linda.
Former football manager Harry, 73, was joined on the sofa with his other half Sandra, 71, as they weighed in on the TV of the week.
And while the couple brought moments of hilarity, fans at home couldn't believe Sandra's uncanny likeness to Rylan's 68-year-old mother, who starred on the celebrity edition last year, as they sport similar hairstyles and fashion choices.
Taking to Twitter one viewer shared a side-by-side photo of the two and wrote: "Is Harry Redknapp's wife and Rylan's Mum the same person?".
The post got a flood of replies in agreement with a fellow Twitter user writing: "That's exactly what I thought so I had to look up Harry here. I thought maybe Rylan's mum had moved in with him!! #CelebrityGogglebox".
"Omg i been saying this for ages! Glad I'm not the only one who sees it!" another penned.
A third replied: "Glad I wasn't the only one!".
"Omg I thought same thing," a viewer shared. "Ehhh, exactly what I said...".
Another posted: "That's what I thought.....did a double take......".
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Elsewhere, Sandra has been married to Harry for 52 years after meeting age of 17 at a local pub.
During his time in the jungle, Harry told his campmates about their marriage and stated that he has never ironed his own shirt, cooked or cleaned for himself through their marriage.
This is the couple's first TV project together as they starred in Harry's ITV series Sandbanks Summer.