Jess Wright has confirmed there is "interest" about a reality show documenting her family's goings-on.
The former 'TOWIE' star believes it is "the right time" to be part of a 'Keeping Up With the Kardashians'-style programme because she is keen to start a family of her own after marrying businessman William Lee-Kemp in September, and her brother, Crawley Town pro footballer Josh Wright, recently confirmed he is to be a first-time dad.
Jess said: "There is interest now about doing a series following our family, on the back of the show about my wedding.
"It's been rumoured for years but now is the right time because my brother Josh is having a baby, and I might be starting to have my own family soon, so it just feels like the natural time to do it."
Jess and Josh look set to take part in the show alongside their parents, 'Big' Mark and Carol, who are no stranger to 'TOWIE' fans, as well as 21-year-old sister Natalya.
And the 36-year-old star revealed her grandmother Irene - who made some cameos in the ITVBe show - is also keen to take part in the new family series.
Jess added to MailOnline: "There are so many of us, so many characters and we're used to being around the cameras as well. It's second nature to us.
"Our Nanny Irene is quite a character and her and Nanny Pat were best friends.
"She will probably feature in it, and my granddad too, which will be brilliant.
"Irene would be a bit of a reality TV newcomer; she was in TOWIE in very small doses but was a bit shy back then. Now she would do it."
In September, Jess admitted she "could not stop smiling" on her wedding day.
She said: "I felt so much elation, so much happiness I could not stop smiling."
William added: "She looked so beautiful. The dress was unbelievable, even more spectacular than I thought it would be.
"The whole church gasped. It was one of those unforgettable moments."
Jess and William tied the knot in Mallorca on September 9.