Outnumbered kids Tyger Drew-Honey, Daniel Roche and Ramona Marquez reunite for a day with their mums

OUTNUMBERED’S child stars Tyger Drew-Honey, Daniel Roche and Ramona Marquez have been snapped hanging out together during a recent mini-reunion.

Now all grown up, the Brockman gang recently met up for a day in the countryside and were joined by each of their proud mums.

In a new picture of their meeting, which has been shared by Tyger’s mum Linzi, the trio can be seen sat on the floor in the garden, while Daniel clutches a beer bottle.

The boys’ and Ramona’s mums are all sat behind them on chairs.

Posting it on Twitter, Tyger’s mum Linzi, 61, said: “Outnumbered Mums with their Outnumbered kids. Happy days in sunny Surrey.”

Commenting on the photo, one follower tweeted: “Wow! How they’ve grown. Loved that programme – so funny.”

The trio were just small children when they first starred in Outnumbered
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Another simply said: “Love this x.”

The sweet snap was taken several weeks ago, when Ramona, 18, Daniel, 19, and their mothers visited the home of 23-year-old Tyger’s mum Linzi, who is a former glamour model and pornographic actress.

During their day together, the on-screen siblings took a trip down memory land by recreating an iconic Outnumbered scene for a funny video.

Tyger, Daniel and Ramona sat down with the board game Articulate and gave the same clues and answers as they did years ago in the BBC One comedy.

Outnumbered last aired in 2016 for a Christmas special

Outnumbered first hit telly screens in August 2007 and followed the hectic lives of the Brockman family.

At the time, Tyger – who played eldest son Jake – was 11. Daniel starred as middle child Ben and was aged seven.

Ramona was the youngest of the Brockman bunch and was just six when she took on the role of Karen.

The long-running series also starred Hugh Dennis and Claire Skinner as the kids’ frazzled parents, Sue and Pete.

Outnumbered went off air in 2014, however it returned for a Christmas special in 2016.


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