#Gogglebox star Ellie Warner announces exciting new addition to clan 'Not ...

Gogglebox cast favourite Ellie Warner took to Instagram earlier this week to confirm her family has expanded. The televison star announced the news in view of her 114,000 followers.

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He was abandoned in a house

Ellie Warner

The Channel 4 regular shared a snap of the new member of her "clan", and soon had more than 1,900 likes.

She was also inundated with comments as she spoke about her new pet, while asking for help in regards to a name.

Ellie has adopted a bearded dragon, initially left abandoned.

"Welcome to the latest addition to the Warner clan!" she wrote in the caption.

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Gogglebox cast 2020 Ellie Warner Instagram pets bearded dragon pictures news latest updateGogglebox cast: Ellie Warner has added to her clan this week (Image: CHANNEL 4)

Gogglebox cast 2020 Ellie Warner Instagram pets bearded dragon pictures news latest updateGogglebox cast's Ellie Warner has adopted a bearded dragon (Image: INSTAGRAM)

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The small screen star continued: "This is my rescue beardy, who I’ve not yet settled on a name.

"He was abandoned in a house and handed to @reptilia.reptile.rescue in Wakefield with a respiratory infection."

Ellie, who appears on the programme alongside her sister Izzy, said he had not had an owner for many months.

She stated: "He has been with them since April and they have done a stellar job of caring for him and nursing him back to health.

Gogglebox cast 2020 Ellie Warner Instagram pets bearded dragon pictures news latest updateGogglebox cast: Ellie Warner said she and her partner had yet to pick a name (Image: INSTAGRAM)

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