BIG Brother fans were left in shock as Trish’s ‘real age’ was revealed on Late And Live.
Thanyia Moore, Matt Richardson and house guest Yinka Bokinni all appeared on the panel of the late-night magazine programme hosted by Will Best.
The conversation in the studio turned to the house divide between full-time mum Trish and Bridgend barman Jenkin.
However, it seems Big Brother viewers were left absolutely shocked when Matt described age gaps as the potential root cause of the house conflictss.
He explained: "I think it's a slight generational thing as well. She is 33, dealing with, you know, the arguments of 25 year olds.
"The way you talk in your 30's like what you grew up saying – like 'bully', or something like that – probably has less impact than it does to someone in their early 20's."
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The comedian added: "They are much more aware of how that language works."
So they are offended by it, so I don't think she realises that the people that are 10 years younger than her might find that sort of language offensive or triggering
One fan wrote: "Trish has a babyface – she does not look 33 years old #BBUK."
A second commented: "Trish is 33?! Not me sat here the whole time thinking she’s mid-20s at most 😂🤦🏻♀️ #BBUK."
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"Trish is 33? She looks no older than 21," posted a third viewer.
And another fan replied: "THERES NO WAY I THOUGHT SHE WAS YOUNGER THAN JORDAN."
And a fifth user added: "Watching Late and Live now. I cannot believe Trish is 33. I thought possibly late 20’s but 33? Girl you look great! #BBUK."
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