Gogglebox star Stephen Lustig-Webb has taken to social media to share a touching tribute to his mum Pat Webb after she died at the age of 75.
Webb died following a battle with a long illness, according to a statement from the Channel 4 show.
She had joined her son on the TV show back in 2018 following the exit of Lustig-Webb’s pal Chris Ashby-Steed and went on to appear in series 10-12.
Breaking the news to his and his mother’s fans, Lustig-Webb took to Instagram with a statement.
He penned: “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,” Lustig-Webb signed off followed by a love heart emoji.
Stephen Lustig-Webb and his mum Pat appeared on the Channel 4 show together
In his post, the Gogglebox star included several snaps of himself alongside his mum, including a smiley selfie in a restaurant and throwback snaps from when Lustig-Webb was a teen.
It didn’t take long for Lustig-Webb’s followers to flood the comments with their messages of condolences.
Loose Women star Ruth Langsford was one famous face who showed her support as she penned in response to the news: “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,” Langsford added with a love heart emoji.
Stephen Lustig-Webb shared several snaps with mum Pat in his tribute
RuPaul’s Drag Race star Baga Chipz also took to the comments to pay tribute: “Sending love hun.”
Fellow Gogglebox legends Simon and Jane commented: “So sorry to hear this Stephen. Sending you, Daniel and your family, our love and lots of hugs. Simon and Jane.”
And current Dancing on Ice star Adele Roberts – who recently announced the tragic death of her mother following her ITV show debut – echoed: “Oh Stephen, I’m so sorry for your loss. Thinking of you and your family.”
Another Gogglebox star, Izzi Warner, weighed in: “Sending you lots of love, she was one of a kind,” followed by a series of love heart emojis.
And another of Lustig-Webb’s former Dancing on Ice co-stars Ricky Norwood added: “Sending you and the family big [love].” (sic)
The Channel 4 show shared a statement of its own following Webb’s death in which it stated everyone at the program was “deeply saddened” by the loss.
Webb was described as a “much-loved cast member” before the show said the family was requesting privacy at this sad time.