How to Watch ‘Meet the Khans’ Series 2

The second series of ‘Meet the Khans: Big in Bolton’ provides more insight into Amir Khan and Faryal Makhdoom’s lives. Here is how to watch.

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Series two will see Amir prepare for his grudge match

The second series of Meet the Khans: Big in Bolton follows the lives of Amir Khan and his wife Faryal Makhdoom.

The first series of the reality show provided an insight into their personal and professional lives.

It now returns for a second series and there are different ways to watch it.

The new series is currently available on BBC iPlayer while the first episode will air on BBC Three at 8 pm on April 28, 2022.

Each episode of the series will air every week.

Series two will see Amir prepare for his grudge match against longtime rival Kell Brook.

In Bolton, he hears that the deal has finally been agreed upon. On Meet the Khans, viewers will get to see Amir’s training camps as well as the design proceedings for his fight kit.

Meanwhile, the Khan’s Dubai home is finished to Faryal’s standards and the family enjoys the summer in the sun.

Faryal balances motherhood with her career as she embarks on a new stage in her life.

The show promises petty rows and laughs over the coming weeks.

In a teaser ahead of the premiere, Amir discussed how to tell your wife that you love her.

He said: “You look into your eyes and obviously hold her hands.

“You have to be a bit of a softie when you’re doing it, you have to be all shy, and then you have to say baby I love you.”

Meet the Khans airs just a few weeks after Amir was robbed of his £70,000 watch at gunpoint.

He and Faryal were out in East London when two men confronted them and demanded that he hand over his watch.

CCTV footage showed the men approaching the couple before quickly running to a car.

Later speaking to Good Morning Britain about the incident, Amir said that he “doesn’t feel safe” in London.

He said: “There’s a lot of pressure on the mayor of London.

“We have to put these points across. Since Sadiq has come into power, the crime rate has gone up.

“It doesn’t feel safe. I think that’s what London needs [more police].

“That could have been me who got shot, and died. I’ve got a wife and family I’d leave behind.

“It is getting very very hard to live and visit London. A few people I know have been killed.”

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