'Made in Chelsea' has signed up four new cast members.
The E4 reality show - which began in 2011 and made stars out of natives such as 'I'm a Celebrity... Get Me Out Of Here' winner Georgia Toffolo and entrepreneur Spencer Matthews - is set to return to screens for a Spanish-based special in August ahead of its 24th series, and it will feature new faces in the form of personal assistant India Hovenden, part-time student and model Isabella Francis-Baum, Versace intern Willow Day, and Malek Amro, who is Head of Growth for Yachtdrop, an app which delivers drinks to super yachts, all of whom have swapped the London Borough for the Mediterranean.
A TV insider said: "The really exciting news is that some of these characters are likely to feature in the subsequent series of the show when it returns to Blighty."
However, the source went on to explain that 'Made in Chelsea' bosses will not reveal which of the four newcomers will win a regular role on the series when it returns to Britain in an effort to "maintain the intrigue", but insisted they all fit the "essential criteria" of a place on the show.
The source told The Sun newspaper's TV Biz Column: “But to maintain the intrigue, producers aren’t revealing exactly which of the Majorcan newcomers will be signing up.
"Instead, viewers will just need to follow their storylines to find out! Suffice to say, they all fit the essential criteria of being on 'Made In Chelsea' in that they’re all rather stylish, sexy and, of course, terribly posh."