illie Faiers would "support" her daughter if she wanted her own TV show.
The 28-year-old reality star - who currently appears alongside her sister Sam Faiers in "The Mummy Diaries" - is pleased three-year-old Nelly's "true personality" has been prevalent on the series, and would back the youngster if she landed a solo programme when she's a little older.
When asked if she would allow Nelly to have her own reality show, she exclusively told BANG Showbiz: "Oh gosh I know I can't believe the response she has had, she's such a character and is always making us laugh at home so I'm glad her true personality was shown throughout the show.
"She does love being on camera and seeing herself on screen.
"She loves our "Mummy Diaries" crew too, she's always asking me, "Mummy, are the "filmers" coming over today?"
"I would support her in whatever she wanted to do with her career."
But Nelly may have her sights set on a singing career as Billie admitted she is a huge fan of the microphone.
Speaking at the launch event for preschool TV channel Cartoonito Club, she added: "She loves singing and dancing - anything where she is the centre of attention.
"You might have seen on "The Mummy Diaries" we sometimes do a karaoke night with the kids round at mine and Nelly is always hogging the microphone, she loves it."
The "Only Way is Essex" star - who is also a mum to 14-month-old son Arthur - is pleased her two kids have adapted "really well" to being filmed.
She said: "Nelly is at the age where she has just started to understand the cameras being there but they have adapted really well.
"The film crew are very un-intrusive so it doesn't affect their daily routine and they don't feel pressured when the cameras are around."
Last year, Billie came under fire from online trolls who accused her of using a filter on a photo of her children, which she shared on Instagram, and she has now admitted she tries to "ignore" the haters.
She said: "I'm lucky that I don't seem to get much negativity on social media but if I do I just try to ignore it.
"Someone is always going to have an opinion so you've just got to ignore it."
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