Danny Dyer's daughter has signed up to "Love Island" - but she's banned from having sex.
The "EastEnders" star's daughter Dani has agreed to take part in the dating show when it returns to screens next month after she was forced to pull out of its sister series "Survival of the Fittest" in January after she dislocated her shoulder during one of the first challenges.
However, the 40-year-old actor isn't pleased about her new job and has warned her not to get frisky on camera because it could ruin her reputation for the foreseeable future.
A source told The Sun newspaper's Bizarre column: "Danny wasn't happy about her signing up to do "Love Island" because he doesn't want her have sex on-screen.
"He thinks it could damage her reputation in years to come. No father wants to see their daughter romping on national TV. He's imposed a strict no-bonking ban as he doesn't want her to do anything she regrets. He doesn't even want her to snog anyone."
However, the sex ban won't come as a surprise for the 21-year-old barmaid as Danny imposed the same strict rules when she went off to South Africa for "Survival of the Fittest".
She said at the time: "Oh my god, I would never have sex on telly. He has already given me a warning to behave. I was like, "I will". He is massively protective. I haven't had many boyfriends so he has had it quite easy until now. I'll even have to resist kissing and wait until I get out. Me and my dad are really close, he's like my best mate."
"Love Island" saw the likes of Amber Davies and Kem Cetinay get it on in the last series, but producers have banned contestants from getting naked in front of any of the other islanders this year as they don't want it to be about having sex on screen.
However, if they do the deed in front of the camera, those contestants will have to undergo counselling afterwards to get advice on contraception.
Everyone who enters the villa is expected to be given a handbook, which will contain details about consent to remind them of the new rules.