The couple’s faces look strangely familiar… and so do their bodies.
Telly addicts Graham Winston-Peters and fiancée Ivy Pink are back on the box – getting married in the nude, as they chalk up more than 50 reality TV shows.
The ceremony, to be shown on British TV, will be the latest of several milestones in their lives played out on camera.
The couple also got engaged on All Star Mr and Mrs, went property-hunting on A Place In The Sun, went on holiday with Coach Trip, had C4′s Colin and Justin give their home a makeover and even discussed their medical problems – in the nude – on Embarrassing Bodies.
And now Ivy even wants to give birth to their second child on TV.
Antiques dealer Graham said: “We have literally lived our lives out on the TV. We get a buzz out of the cameras rolling and our personalities just shine through. Everything we do we love doing it on telly. We’d love to be in a real life Truman Show.”
It seems nothing about their relationship is too private – and there’s no limit to what they’re prepared to do to get in front of the cameras.
Ivy, 30, and Graham, 44, agreed to get hitched in the nude for Living TV’s Four Weddings, in which four perfect strangers sit in on each other’s big days.
They originally tried to wed on reality show Million Dollar Wedding in 2006 and hoped for a lavish bash at Leeds Castle in Kent, but when they failed to win the prize they applied for Four Weddings. Ivy said: “The best moment of my life was when I married Graham on TV. “We are both dedicated naturists and it was my dream wedding. We’ve already been naked on TV a few times. Me and Graham are just electric on TV.”
Ivy did a naked marathon for BBC’s Comic Relief, and they both appeared in the nude on Trinny and Susannah’shows The Great British Body and Undress The Nation. Graham even stripped off for Channel 4′s Embarrassing Bodies, to be shown next month. Ivy said: “A lot of men wouldn’t come forward and admit they had itchy balls, but Graham did!” The couple, who live in Streatham, South London, appeared on the Virgin 1 show Happy Birthday Viagra, hoping to get hold of the drug to boost their sex life. And within weeks of their baby Starr’s birth in February 2009 they signed the tot up for BBC3′s Child Stars.
Ivy said: “I actually wanted to give birth on TV but we had no offers at the time. I’d like to do it if I have another baby. I feel I’d be helping people by allowing them to share my experience.”
On Coach Trip, where seven couples travel around Europe on a coach while competing for votes to stay on the trip, Graham was described by other passengers as “annoying” and his wife was nicknamed “Poison Ivy”. But it doesn’t bother them.
Ivy said: “We’re outgoing and nice people but for some reason people try to cause arguments with us. We’re just everyday people who happen to be TV gold”