‘Very sad news’ Emotional Gogglebox stars speak out on Mary Cook’s death aged 92

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The Plummer family shared an emotional post as they mourned the death of their Gogglebox co-star Mary Cook. On their Twitter account, the beloved brothers which include Tremaine, Twaine and Tristan Plummer paid their respects to the late reality star.

They typed in view of their 28,200 followers: “Very sad news… Rest easy Mary, you will be missed.”

Former hospitality worker Cook joined the Channel 4 programme in 2016 alongside fellow Bristolian Marina Wingrove.

Her death was confirmed in a statement issued today by Channel 4 and Studio Lambert, which makes the programme, on behalf of Cook’s family.

The statement said: “We are extremely saddened to share that Gogglebox star Mary Cook passed away in hospital this weekend at the age of 92 with her family by her side.

“Beloved mother, grandmother, great-grandmother and dear friend to many, Mary, who worked in the hospitality trade, had been married and widowed twice.”

Before being invited to join Gogglebox, Cook and Wingrove became friends at a retirement village more than 10 years ago.

The pair “became instant fan favourites due to their brilliantly witty and often cheeky moments”, the statement added.

“Mary will be sorely missed by the entire Gogglebox family, cast and crew.

“Our love and thoughts are with Mary’s family, friends, and Marina. The family have asked for privacy at this sad time.”

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