GOGGLEBOX'S Giles Wood and Mary Killen look unrecognisable as they cuddle up to their two daughters in a rare, unseen throwback photo.
The eccentric couple offer fans a glimpse into their relationship on the hit Channel 4 show, but rarely speak out about their now-adult children.
However, an old photo of the family has now emerged online, with a fan account sharing the black and white snap with followers.
In the photo, Mary is beaming at the camera as she holds onto their youngest.
She looks chic in a plain-black outfit, but teases a glimpse at the Mary we know and love today with her tell-tale fringe.
Meanwhile, Giles looks completely different to how he now appears on the small screen, dressed smartly with a shirt tucked into a pair of jeans.
He isn't wearing his famous glasses, and has his brow furrowed while looking off into the distance.
Their oldest daughter is on his hip, wearing a patterned sundress and smiling at the camera.
Neither of the girls have appeared on Gogglebox since their parents signed up in 2015 - where they quickly became firm favourites.
However, it was originally one of the daughters who was set to appear on the show alongside Giles, before she got cold feet at the last minute.
Thankfully, Mary was convinced to come on board as her replacement following a long phone conversation with producers.
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Giles and Mary met when they were both 21, with Giles studying at Wimbledon Art School, and Mary working as a model.
They have been married for over 30 years, and have successful careers away from Gogglebox.
Giles is an artist and also contributes to monthly magazine The Oldie, and Mary is a successful journalist.
Little is known about their daughters, but they are both grown up and have long moved out of the couple's famous Wiltshire cottage.