GOGGLEBOX'S Amy Tapper might have people queuing outside her door for a haircut soon after successfully cutting her brother's lid.
The reality star's brother – Josh – was in need of a snip just like every other person in the UK right now due to the current lockdown situation – so his sister stepped up to the job.
Amy, 21, took to her Instagram Story to show off the final result.
She asked the 24-year-old: "Happy with it, happy with it?"
Despite Josh's unimpressed face, he simply replied: "I guess so," followed by a big grin on his face.
Clearly proud of her job, the star captioned the post: "Lovely new haircut by me."
The Tapper family first shot to fame in 2013 when they first appeared on Channel 4's Gogglebox.
Amy and Josh were joined on the sofa by their mum Nikki and dad Jonathan – and the UK fell in love with the family's hilarious banter and sheer love for each other.
They stayed on our screens for five years and tallied up a total of 11 series in that duration.
However, Josh left the show in 2017 to pursue his career in politics and decided to keep himself out of the limelight.
After landing a job in the Cabinet Office, he admitted that he was more than welcome to return to the show if he wanted to.
He previously told The Mirror: "The option to go back is always there but I want to move away from that and the focus is now very much on my job.
"Of course, I miss it and the sitting on the couch watching TV. But I am more focused on my future…. it's a more a secure path.
"I don’t think any ministers recognise me but the civil servants do. It took them a while to mention it – a total of about two days!"
A year later Amy, Nikki and Jonathan decided to leave the show so that they could focus on different things.
Amy has gone down a completely different path to her brother considering she is now reality star royalty.
The beauty took part in 5th series of Celebs Go Dating alongside Love Island's Olivia Attwood and Towie's Chloe Simms in 2018.
Over the past year she's also hit headlines for her dramatic 3.5 stone weight loss.
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