inky Felstead and Josh "JP" Patterson have landed their own two-episode "Made in Chelsea" spin-off show to document their baby's arrival.
The 26-year-old beauty and her beau have vowed not to "overexpose" their unborn tot, who is due to be born in the next couple of months, but they will have cameras following them during the last stages of the brunette beauty's pregnancy to give fans of the E4 show an insight into the couple's lives as they prepare to become parents for the first time.
Binky said: "There won't be cameras in the delivery suite. We don't want to overexpose the baby."
A source said: "Binky's pregnancy came like a bolt from the blue for "Made in Chelsea" fans and they've been desperate for more info ever since.
"A whole show dedicated to her and JP's journey is bound to be a hit.
"She's had to take a backseat to the rows and romances during the latest series of "Made in Chelsea", but the spinoff will see cameras right by her side, capturing all the magical moments and hardships of this new stage in her life."
Binky is said to be hoping that her fellow "Made in Chelsea" co-stars will be thrilled for her and not "jealous" that she is the only cast member to land her own spin-off.
The insider told The Sun newspaper: "This is truly a "Made in Chelsea" first - no single cast member has ever anchored their own show.
"She'll be keeping her fingers crossed that her co-stars are happy for her and not jealous."
Meanwhile, Binky's best friend Ollie Locke recently revealed they have named their unborn child.
He said recently: "I think she is going to go mid-range. She'll do classic. I do actually know the baby's name. I even know the middle names. When she was seven weeks pregnant she came round to my flat for a drink and she gave me the baby scan. I burst into tears."