"We had never watched it before, but we got all three series and watched them all and really got into it. It's a brilliant programme.
"I think they have a lot more viewers now because all of my family and friends, all the boys friends and everyone in this area is watching it.
"When we went to the studios there was paparazzi waiting for us, which was really nice.
"It's so strange watching the twins on tv, because they were so little when they were filmed and are a lot bigger now."
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