DNA Journey viewers watched on as Amanda Holden was awkwardly snubbed by her long-lost cousin.
During the episode, Amanda met up with her fourth cousin that she never knew existed.
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But while Amanda seemed pleased to meet up with Linda, she didn’t exactly get the same response.
At one point, the pair travelled into London for cocktails with Linda.
As Linda caught a glimpse of them walking in, her face immediately lit up over Alan, 44.
Ignoring Amanda, she said: “Are we cousins?”
The mum-of-two then answered: “We’re cousins,” with Linda replying, “That’s not what I expected.”
Thankfully, Amanda took it well as she joked over Linda’s “gutted” reaction.
What did viewers say?
Meanwhile, it didn’t take long for viewers to pick up on the awkward moment.
On Twitter, one said: “Amanda getting third wheeled by her own cousin is absolutely golden #DNAJourney.”
A second wrote: “@ITV @AmandaHolden @chattyman never seen such disappointment as Amanda’s cousin finding out she’s not related to Alan. Very funny! #DNAJourney.”
Amanda getting third wheeled by her own cousin is absolutely golden
In addition, a third shared: “#DNAJourney oh dear… Amanda’s cousin gelled with Alan. Amanda looked a bit out of place #awks.”
Another said: “Amanda’s cousin on #DNAJourney was a bit rude! So awkward. Anyone notice they have the same lips?!”
Furthermore, a fifth said: “I didn’t take to @AmandaHolden’s cousin on #DNAJourney. She looked more interested in Alan. Did anyone else notice? Love your story Amanda.”
— pink6374 (@pink_63) March 17, 2021
#DNAJourney Amanda’s cousin seemed to click with Alan!
— Georgia_DD (@GeorgiaBowring) March 17, 2021
Meanwhile, also on the show, Amanda discovered one of her relatives was a founding member of Battersea Dogs and Cats Home.
Having been an ambassador of the shelter for years, the news brought her to tears.
An executive for Battersea home explained: “We’ve got something really quite interesting to tell you about an ancestor of yours, Thomas, who had a real connection with Battersea.”
As she broke down, Amanda said: “I can’t believe it. That is just amazing. I can’t believe that. And I am a part of it here now.”
In addition, it was revealed that one of Alan’s ancestors was a celebrated war hero before he died in World War II.
DNA Journey continues Wednesday at 9pm on ITV.
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