Channel 4's Gogglebox has confirmed that the star of the show Pat Webb has died aged 75. 

The TV star passed away from a long illness and appeared on the show alongside her son Stephen Lustig-Webb, from Brighton from series 10 to 12.

Sharing a tribute to his mother, Lustig-Webb shared on Instagram: "Mummy Pat, you were one in a million, took everyone at face value, would share your last fiver with a stranger, the salt of the earth and the absolute centre of our world! Rest in peace mum."

Gogglebox star Patt Webb dies aged 75

Broadcasters of Gogglebox, Channel 4 also shared a tribute to Patt, sharing on X, formally Twitter: "Mummy Pat will be remembered and missed by her children Stephen, Denise, Sharon, Beverley and the extended family," it said.

"Our thoughts are with the family who have requested privacy at this sad time."

Fellow stars of Gogglebox, Jenny and Lee shared their tributes to Patt, writing: "Sending our love ❤️ to you Steven and family she was one of a kind RIP Pat xxxx"

Simon and Jane from the Channel 4 show also wrote: "So sorry to hear this Stephen. 😢Sending you, Daniel and your family, our love and lots of hugs. Simon and Jane."

Loose Women star Ruth Langsford also took to Instagram to share a tribute: "I’m so, so sorry to hear about Mummy Pat Stephen. May she rest in peace.

"My condolences to you and your family….hold your memories close. Sending you love and a bloody big hug."

Pat joined Gogglebox in 2018 after Stephen's friend Chris Ashby-Steed left the show following a reported falling out.

Lustig-Webb later went on to star in the show with his husband Daniel until the pair left last year.

Back in October, Lustig-Webb was set to appear on ITV's Dancing on Ice but was forced to leave after he injured his ankle during training.