CELEBRITY Gogglebox’s Roman Kemp has revealed that he and his famous father Martin will be returning for a fifth series.
The Capital Radio DJ, 29, and the Spandau Ballet star, 60, have been favorites on the Channel 4 show since they first appeared in 2019.
Roman it has been teased that they will be back for the next series in June.
Speaking exclusively to The Sun, Roman said: “It’s one of the favorite things I do with my dad.
“We always have a lot of laughs on the couch and he’s coming back for a new series in June! Watch this space.
“Mom was very apprehensive at first because she knows how much dad and I yelled and swore at the TV, but once it worked fine and when I came in everything was fine.
The radio star went on to talk about his surprise friendship with the Royals.
“It was amazing to be asked to go to a place that is the most famous house in the world,” Roman said.
“I mean, if someone says to you, ‘do you want to play a house party?’ and you say ‘where’s your house party’ and it’s the most famous house in the world, well, I was there in seconds.
“I took my mum and I have this memory of us walking through Buckingham Palace and they gave us like a little room and I have this picture of us in this room together in the middle of Buckingham Palace and we were sniffing.
“It looked like my grandmother’s house. There was a little trouser press, the toilet paper was pink, and there was a single bed.”
Roman said he was invited to DJ a Buckingham Palace garden party, but it ended in a water balloon fight with Harry, Kate and William.
He recalled: “Harry, Kate and William were at the party and Meghan showed up later.
“I was playing a song and someone came up and said, ‘Roman, come here,’ and it was Prince Harry.
“Kate was there and there was a slingshot in the middle of the balcony.
“They have a bucket full of water balloons, and they just throw these water balloons into the crowd from a balcony.
“Harry was trying to get me to shoot William a balloon and I was like ‘what’s going on?’ and he told me to ‘aim a little bit to the left’ and I said, ‘who am I aiming at?’ and he said, ‘my brother’.
“Then I joked that I would be convicted of treason!
“And since I wouldn’t do it, Kate ended up doing it! Interestingly, I still have the frame at my house in the Palace saying thanks for DJing.”
Roman spoke about his involvement with the National Lottery project and said it was a privilege to meet those at Age Well East.
He said: “You see so many ads about where the money goes and you always wonder where the money goes, so it was really nice meeting the girls and boys from Age Well East and I learned a lot about people’s stories.
“A lot of the ladies are widowed and they have nothing to do and they don’t have anyone to turn to, so the fact that they have a place where they can go and talk to someone and be able to make friends, it’s so special. I was so glad.
“All of us will eventually reach an age where we need help in some way and the fact that there are organizations like Age Well East is amazing.
“It was a privilege to spend a day with Age Well East, and I fully understand what this project is doing to help improve mental wellness.
“It’s so inspiring to learn what this cause has achieved so far and I can’t wait to see how its reach will expand further after the Jubilee and the legacy it will have in the community.”
Roman added: “Thanks to National Lottery players, the funding has reached so many communities across the UK. It’s amazing to see how the funding has been used to make a truly life-changing difference in Essex.” .
To mark the Jubilee year, the National Lottery will award more than £22 million to communities across the UK to mark 70 years of reign of Her Majesty The Queen.
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