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Keeping up with the Rees-Moggs! Ousted Tory MP and his family to become 'the British Kardashians' as work begins on 'warts and all' TV series

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By Katherine Lawton

Published: 01:55 BST, 10 July 2024 | Updated: 13:53 BST, 10 July 2024

Jacob Rees-Mogg and his family could become the 'British Kardashians' as they are set to star in a five-part series following their life. 

The ousted Tory MP and his wife Helena will appear among their six children - Mary, Peter, Thomas, Anselm, Alfred and Sixtus - for the Discovery+ documentary Meet The Moggs. 

While some sources likened the show to Keeping Up With the Kardashians, others compared it to the 'spooky' TV hit The Addams Family. 

A source told The Sun: 'They have been filming for a few months but no one expected the election to be announced.

'It was gold for the show, however, and gave a real insight into what family life is like for working MPs.'

Jacob-Rees Mogg and his family (pictured) could become the 'British Kardashians' as they are set to star in a five-part series following their life

While some sources likened the show to Keeping Up With the Kardashians , some compared it to 'spooky and kooky' TV hit The Addams Family (pictured)

The team working on the show are said to be pleasantly surprised by the politician's 'kind' personality - after some had doubts about working with him due to his views on abortion and gay marriage. 

The source said: 'The crew are all so surprised by how much they love Jacob.' 

The children, whose middle names include Wentworth, Somerset, Boniface, Wulfric and Alphege, are said to have been a pleasure to work with on set. 

Mr Rees-Mogg filmed the show as he lost his seat in last week's election. 

The politician lost his Somerset North East & Hanham seat to Labour's Dan Norris by more than 5,000 votes. 

Afterwards, he said he could not 'blame anybody other than myself' and that it had been 'a very bad night for the Conservatives'. 

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