Christine McGuinness has sparked rumours she's landed her own reality show following her departure from The Real Housewives of Cheshire.
The mum of three, 32, sparked rumours she's set for a major reality gig after dishing that she's had to "pinch herself" over what the future holds.
Joining the Cheshire line-up back in 2018, Christine quickly solidified her fan favourite status.
But, taking to Instagram, she explained to heartbroken Real Housewives fans that she'd be moving on to "new opportunities."
Now, chatting with TOWIE star Bobby Norris, Christine dropped a tease about what's to come.
"I've got to make time for other things," the blonde bombshell explained, "and with any time that I've got I need to spend it with the family and children.
"I'm still going to be about. You're probably going to see more of me and it's all really exciting.
"I'm sort of pinching myself, I can't believe my luck, but I'm also quite sad that I'm not going to be filming with the Housewives who start filming now in the next few weeks but yeah I'm not going back this series, but I'm moving on."
Mirror Online has reached out to a rep of Christine for comment.
She dropped the news of her departure on Instagram, writing the next day: "Last night during a LIVE chat on here I mentioned my departure from The Real Housewives of Cheshire!
"This is 100% my choice, I will miss filming with the girlies but I'm so excited about new adventures and I just couldn't commit to another series.
"The whole team and cast have been great, I have laughed, cried and created so many good memories as a guest housewife for the last 2 years but now it's time for me to say yes to new opportunities!
"Thank you so much for the love. I've already received so many sweet message but hey, I'm not going anywhere, you will be seeing more of me."
Meanwhile, doting mum Christine lifted the lid on the struggles that lockdown presented for her family.
She shares twins Leo and Penelope, seven, as well as four year old Felicty, with hubby and funnyman Paddy McGuinness.
All three of their kids have autism, with Christine telling that lockdown has been a "testing time" for them all.
"It's quite common with autism for them to show regression when things change," Christine said, "and they are going through a lot of change at the moment."