A Wiltshire village’s most famous TV couple have joked about the “troughs” of 30 years of living together in the county.

Giles Wood and Mary Killen have been regulars on viewers’ screens since first appearing on Channel 4 favourite Gogglebox eight years ago.

The couple, who have lived in Pewsey for 30 years, launched their book Giles & Mary Country Life: A story of peaks and troughs last April.

Speaking to the BBC, the pair recently joked about the “troughs” of living with each other at a celebration of the book, which has been labelled a "part self-help book for bickering couples".

When asked about the peaks and troughs of living with Giles in East Wiltshire, Mary said: “The thing about Giles is he’s 48 per cent bad but 52 per cent good.”

Giles added: “It gets worse every year.

“And I suffer from seasonal affective disorder so I’m really not on very good form at the moment, my voice has gone right down to Eeyore levels.

“I’m about to (get better), I think I could be on the edge of the reboot.”

Mary told the BBC she was happy with the response to the book, adding that people with judgement said it was “very, very good.”

Giles was less optimistic, joking others had said it was “good in parts.”