SAM and Billie Faiers are in line for a huge payday as the Mummy Diaries has been renewed for another two years.
The ITVBe show documents the reality stars family lives and has been running since 2014, and now fans can expect to tune in until 2021.
A source told the Mail Online: “ITV have recommissioned The Mummy Diaries until at least 2021 in a mega bucks deal for the girls.”
And it will be mega bucks indeed, as the Sun’s Bizarre column previously revealed that the sister’s received a six figure deal when they signed up for the past three series in 2017.
Since the start of the show – which originally focused on Sam, 28, her partner Paul Knightley, 30, and their son Paul, 3 – viewers have tuned in to watch the sister’s as they celebrate huge events in their lives, including the birth of Sam’s one year-old daughter, Rosie.
After the second series in 2017, Billie, 29, announced she would be joining the show alongside her husband Greg Shepherd, 34, Nelly, 4, and Arthur, 2.
The current series is set to conclude next week, with a special focused on Billie and Greg’s luxury Maldives wedding, where they tied the knot on the island of Kuramathi surrounded by 95 close friends and family last month.
Billie described her wedding day as the best in her life except for the days her young children Nelly and Arthur were born.
She told OK! Magazine:“Other than the days that Nelly and Arthur were born, it was the best day of my life.
“It was like a fairy tale – all the stress and tears were worth it.
“It’s so lovely for me to finally be a Shepherd and share a surname with my children.
“Marriage ties our little family together completely.”
Although, the former Towie star was forced to hit back when devastated holidaymakers claimed that the newlyweds wedding had ruined their Maldives getaway with their rowdy wedding party.
An onlooker told The Sun Online that hotel security were forced to intervene after Greg and one of his friends turned nasty after they tried to take a snap of the bride.
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Billie hit back during an interview on Heart radio where she denied the allegations and says that despite claims they were respectful.
She said: “Naturally 100 people when you get together… we were a little bit loud but there was certainly no rudeness. A lot of stuff that was in the press wasn’t true. Lies. But we did have a good time.
“I think it was more when we gathered round the pool, or in the buggies going from A-B.”
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