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Gogglebox star Izzi Warner shared the news she’s now a fully qualified mortgage adviser after quietly training for a career change.

Celebrating her achievements on her Instagram stories, the Channel 4 favourite was thrilled to receive her certificates on Wednesday.

Izzi, who is based in Leeds, revealed she passed in mortgage advice as well as the practice exam boasting a certificate with distinction.

With a Boomerang to fully show off her news, the 28 year old declared: “I've only gone and done it!”

“CEMAPS completed,” she continued before adding “Mortgage advisor pending”.

Mum-of-two Izzi shares children Bobby, five, and baby Bessie with her boyfriend Grant.

She previously trained as a nail technician in the beauty sector but has long been thinking of a career change.

TV-watcher Izzi stars on the Channel 4 show with her elder sister Ellie, 31.

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The duo have been firm fixtures on the programme since their debut in 2015.

They were initially asked for their participation from a friend in the business who was casting for the show.

Completely excelling in their audition, it didn’t take long for bosses to secure Izzi and Ellie a permanent slot on the reality show.

Six years later, the siblings have become Gogglebox favourites and now have a large fanbase for their hilarious quips and observations.

With hundreds of thousands of fans on Instagram, they are also hugely-popular in the social media world.

But will things change with Izzi’s new career prospects? Time will tell if the star can juggle both a life in real estate finance and TV.

Gogglebox airs Fridays at 9pm on Channel 4.

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