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Do Lee and Jenny from Gogglebox live in a caravan and what does Lee work as?

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Gogglebox's Jenny and Lee.
Jenny and Lee are best friends from Hull (Picture: Channel 4)

Best friends Jenny and Lee have been making the nation roar with laughter since they both first appeared on Gogglebox’s fourth series in 2014.

The pair became friends in 1994 when Jenny Newby was the landlady of a pub, and Lee Riley was a regular.

Jenny and Lee have provided some iconic Gogglebox moments over the years, such as when Lee accidentally ate Jenny’s face cream after mistaking it for a dip.

But do Lee and Jenny live together in a caravan in real life, and what is Lee’s day job?

Do Lee and Jenny from Gogglebox live in a caravan?

Jenny and Lee don’t usually live in a caravan together, but the pair decided to self-isolate in Lee’s caravan at the start of the coronavirus pandemic.

Gogglebox's Lee and Jenny
Jenny moved into Lee’s caravan during the coronavirus pandemic (Picture: Jude Edginton)

After nine weeks of living in the caravan, Jenny, 65, moved back home with her husband Ray.

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Before she left, Jenny asked Lee on the show: ‘I’ll miss you when I go home. Have you bought me a leaving present?’

Lee, 51, joked: ‘Yeah. A f****** suitcase.’

Lee’s caravan, where the duo film the show, is in Patrington Haven caravan park in Hull.

He lives there with his partner Steve, who have been together for 26 years.

What is Lee’s day job?

Lee’s job outside of the show is unknown.

We know that Jenny used to work as a pub landlady, which is how she met Lee.

Jenny told Ireland’s Big Issue Magazine: ‘Lee was a customer at my pub, The Crown Inn in Paull.

‘He became a regular in 1994 and used to come in pretty much every night with his partner and we were friends from the off.

‘We’ve been best friends ever since.’

The two immediately became inseperable, and often go on holiday together.

Lee added: ‘I don’t think we’ve ever had an argument. We’re too placid to argue. She makes me laugh too much for me to ever fall out with her.’

Gogglebox continues tonight on Channel 4 at 9pm.

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