Vogue Williams has confirmed that she and husband Spencer Matthews are set to star in their own reality show.
The newlyweds will app-ear in a three-part series for E4 called Spencer and Vogue: Adult(ish).
It was reported in recent weeks that the pair were filming a show to focus on their journeys as new parents to son Theodore.
Vogue shared a promotional snap on her social media featuring the pair carrying the top and bottom half of a buggy.
The Howth woman is laughing at the camera while her other half sports a bewildered expression.
"Very excited to let you know that Spencer and I have been working on our own show," Vogue wrote.
"It's been so much fun filming, we can't wait for you to watch."
She also revealed that the show would hit the small screen "early next year".
Spencer said: "I'm delighted that E4 have given me the opportunity to have my own show.
"For legal reasons, I am having to share this opportunity with my wife. I can say no more at this time."
Producers said the show was a "funny, unfiltered celebration of the joy and the chaos" of parenthood.
It has been commissioned from Rumpus Media and Money Group Entertainment.
Vogue and Spencer are no strangers to the world of reality TV.
Vogue was introduced to Irish audiences as one of the main cast members of short-lived RTE series Fade Street, while Spencer is widely known for taking part in the E4 series Made In Chelsea.
Their son was born in London in early September.
"This morning at 3.55am, we welcomed our son into a quiet London hospital. He is beautiful and healthy. We feel truly blessed," Vogue wrote on social media shortly after the birth.
The couple married in the picturesque surroundings of the Glen Affric estate in Scotland in June after a year-and-a-half of dating.
Vogue wore a gown by Irish designer Paul Cos- telloe and called the wedding "the best day" of her life.