Sisters Billie and Sam Faiers left viewers wanting more as season six of The Mummy Diaries wrapped up yesterday - and it seems fans will be getting just that.
This week marked the season finale of the show and as the episode drew to a close, Sam and Billie Faiers hinted at some possible things to come.
Billie confirmed a seventh season on Instagram yesterday, with a post of her two children – Nelly and Arthur.
In the post she said: ‘And that’s a Wrap #mummydiaries series 6.
‘Thank you to everyone that watches and for all of your amazing support … it means so much to us and our families. See you in Series 7.’
The final episode of season six saw the sisters reflecting on their ups and downs of the year, and even hinted at some big changes.
The duo said 2020 could be the year of ‘baby number three’ – but they made it clear their partners Paul Knightley and Greg Shepherd were not too happy with the idea.
Speaking to the camera, they said, ‘Whatever happens next year, we are going to face everything as a family.
‘Each year the kids are getting closer, we’re even getting closer and making all these memories and moments together.
‘Although the boys are not so keen, I mean, who knows what 2020 holds. It could be baby number three.’
The series finale featured scenes of Nelly Shepherd crying before going back to school, as the five-year-old revealed that she was nervous about going into Year 1, after the summer holidays.
Commenting on Nelly’s upset, Billie said, ‘She just came up to me and started crying and said she’s nervous about going into Year 1 because she’s not with her reception friends.
‘Their classmates are going to be different, she’s got a new teacher. She’s not going to be the baby of the school anymore.
‘She must have just been thinking about it and just got a little bit emotional bless her.’
The show is expected to run until 2021, after it was recommissioned earlier this year.