Amy Childs shows off the ultimate Essex licence plate as she and Harry Derbidge go to the football

Shut up! Amy Childs shows off the ultimate Essex licence plate as she and Harry Derbidge go to the football

It was the catchphrase that very quickly became synonymous with The Only Way Is Essex.

And while she may no longer be part of the it, the woman that made the expression famous on the reality TV show has made sure that it will follow her wherever she goes.

Beautician Amy Childs last night showed off her cousin Harry's new licence plate which reads, 'Shut Up', as they arrived to watch the football.

Am I the ultimate Essex girl or what Amy Childs puts on a pouty pose as she and cousin Harry Derbidge show off his new licence plate

Am I the ultimate Essex girl or what Amy Childs puts on a pouty pose as she and cousin Harry Derbidge show off his new licence plate

The relatives stopped for the cameras as they parked outside Upton Park, the home of London club West Ham United.

And the pair larked about as they stood at the back of the car and showed off the plate which she had customised.

The cousins were attending the Championship clash between the home side and Watford, which ended in a one all draw.

Shut Up! Amy was one of the original cast members of TOWIE and made the expression synonymous with the show

Shut Up! Amy was one of the original cast members of TOWIE and made the expression synonymous with the show

They were there with Harry's little brother and Amy's godson Freddie, who was appearing on the pitch with the team as their mascot before the game.

And the little lad looked delighted to be there as Amy and Harry scooped him in the air for a photo.

Before she left her Essex home, Amy took to her Twitter page to declare: 'Can't wait to watch west ham tonight , my little godson Freddie is a mascot tonight xxxx 🙂 see you all there.'

West Ham boy! Amy and Harry lift his brother and her godson Freddie in the air as they carry him into the stadium where he appeared as a mascot for the home side

West Ham boy! Amy and Harry lift his brother and her godson Freddie in the air as they carry him into the stadium where he appeared as a mascot for the home side

And Harry soon followed suit as he took to his Twitter page to thank the club – but then admitted that he didn't even like the beautiful game.

He wrote: 'On my way to westham, thanks to everyone at westham for letting my brother be a mascot & letting us have a box! Even if football bores me :D.'

One, two, three, weeeeeeee! Amy and Harry swing a very happy Freddie in the air

One, two, three, weeeeeeee! Amy and Harry swing a very happy Freddie in the air