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Old People's Home For 4 Year Olds Viewers Can't Get Enough Of Heartwarming Bromance

Old People's Home For 4 Year Olds viewers were touched by the heartwarming new bromance between two of the residents, Ken, 87, and Fred, 84.

Despite only living a couple of doors away from one another, the two pensioners had never actually met until filming for the Channel 4 experiment began.

The pair had started hanging out with one another, spending a large part of their day looking after a load of chickens, with their bromance forming in the hen house.

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Ken was a natural while handling the feathered birds, but Fred found himself getting into a bit of a flap. Teasing his new pal as he wondering, Ken joked: "Can't you control your bird?"

Viewers flocked to Twitter delighted by Ken and Fred's new friendship, with one person writing: "Ken and Fred's bromance has just made my entire year."

"Fred and Ken with their chickens. FRED AND KEN WITH THEIR CHICKENS. My heart," exclaimed another viewer.

While a third shared: "Ken and Fred are basically a double-act!"

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Some even called for Fred and Ken to get their own spin-off show.

"Can Ken & Fred from #oldpeopleshomefor4yearolds get their own series please? Just two old lads on their adventures," pleaded one fan of the new mates.

Their bromance wasn't the only blossoming friendship on last night's Old People's Home For 4 Year Olds.

During another segment of the docu-series, which sees four-year-olds placed with the elderly for a social experiment, the two age groups were tasked with getting out of a maze to test the pensioner's cognitive memory skills.

And when 81-year-old Lavinia became lost in the endless tunnels of the maze, four-year-old Mason went to find his new pal.

Hand in hand with Ken, Mason walked back into the maze on a rescue mission to find Lavinia, who had become lost.

Thankfully, Mason was able to track her down, with Lavinia telling the cameras: "I've ever been so pleased to see anybody as when Mason came round the corner."

Featured Image Credit: Channel 4

Topics: Entertainment, TV Entertainment, Channel 4

Rachel Andrews

Rachel Andrews is an NCTJ trained Journalist at PRETTY52. She specialises in Fashion and Beauty Journalism, and has experience at a range of online and print publications and joined the team in 2017. Contact her - rachel.andrews@pretty52.com

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