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ITV My Mum, Your Dad fans 'cringe' as kids forced to watch parents during intimacy challenge

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ITV's My Mum, Your Dad dating show for parents continued on Tuesday night and their kids watching on in the surveillance room endured some uncomfortable viewing, as they were forced to watch the 'intimacy challenge' behind the scenes.The new series hit screens last week and follows the journey of eight single parents hoping for another crack at love in a West Sussex country house, with the guidance of 'relationship experts' who are actually their kids.During the latest instalment of the show, which is hosted by Davina McCall, we saw a group therapist sit down with the parents in an attempt to loosen up some of their boundaries by using a variety of props in a bid to get intimate.And it seems like it wasn't only the parents' children who had their eyes covered, as some viewers at home also took to social media to admit they were "dying of embarrassment." During the show, widowed Roger finally let his walls down to Janey as they sucked on an ice cube together and nearly locked lips whilst she tickled his chest with a feather.

Meanwhile, Paul was seen melting a chocolate finger on Natalie's neck before licking and sucking it off as the kids watching on squealed and squirmed behind the cameras in embarrassment and covered their faces with pillows.

One person wrote on Twitter: "Dying of embarrassment watching #MyMumYourDad," as another quipped: "The kids reaction watching their parents do the challenge are the same reactions we're all had."Someone else added: "Loool I feel like I’m watching my own parents and it’s making me cringe but laugh at the same time," as another wrote: "The sex and intimacy thing was way too early in these people’s relationship journeys.

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