Stanley Johnson is set to make a cameo appearance on "Made in Chelsea".
The 77-year-old politician - the father of Boris Johnson - struck up a close bond with Georgia "Toff" Toffolo" while they were taking part in "I'm A Celebrity... Get Me Out of Here!" and now bosses of "Made in Chelsea" - the show that made the blonde beauty famous - are keen to give him some screen time alongside his new close friend.
A source told The Sun Online: "We're just waiting for Toff to come back from Australia then we'll firm up some dates. We love the idea of Stanley appearing on the show and will be inviting him to make a cameo when the timing is right for him. We're hopeful it's going to happen in the New Year when Toff starts filming the new series. Stanley is hilarious and next to Toff, he'll make a great addition to SW3."
And it doesn't look like the 23-year-old beauty will have any issues with having Stanley join her on the streets of Chelsea as she has admitted she has "a thing for middle-aged politicians" and fell in love with the author as soon as she met him in camp.
She said after being crowned Queen of the Jungle last night: "I really do have this thing for middle aged politicians and then I saw Stanley and I was like "Oh my God!"
"He's in the upper bracket of middle age but I just literally fell in love with him the moment we met, it was love at first sight.
"I used to follow him around camp and I used to have to say to myself, "Georgia you have to leave the man alone".
"He's off to the dunny and I'm like,"Stanley, do you want some help?" I've never met anyone like him before, he's just an amazing person. He's like a walking encyclopedia, of course we didn't have Google in there and I'd ask him about anything and he'd know exactly which date, where it happened - he's just amazing."