Spencer Matthews and Vogue Williams have confirmed they have landed their own reality TV show.
The 29-year-old socialite and the 33-year-old-model will star in a new three-part E4 reality series called "Spencer and Vogue: Adult(ish)", which will follow their journey into parenthood.
Vogue said: "Spencer has wanted to work with me on something for some time now. He's been relentless. I thought the baby would suffice but apparently not."
Spencer added: "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."
The couple married in June and welcomed baby Theodore into the world in September.
The funny and frank series will document the couple's preparation for their new arrival, Vogue's dramatic labour and their private lives as they both adjust to juggling modern parenting alongside their hectic showbiz careers.
"Spencer and Vogue: Adult(ish)" is produced by Rumpus and Money Group Entertainment, with Emily Hudd set to executive produce.
Emily said Rumpus feel now is a fitting time for the reality show to be launched, considering the eventful year the glamorous couple have had so far.
She added: "Spencer and Vogue have turned achieving life's milestones into a competitive sport - in the last year alone they've managed to get engaged, get married, celebrate Spencer's 30th and have a baby.
"This series is a funny, unfiltered celebration of the joy and the chaos that comes next.
"We're really excited to be working with them and E4 on this series."