After calling time on their series The Mummy Diaries, Sam Faiers and her sister Billie have announced an exciting, new joint project.
Earlier this year, former The Only Way is Essex star Sam announced she was leaving The Mummy Diaries, which meant the show went from Sam and Billies diaries to Billie & Greg: The Family Diaries.
And now, posting on Instagram to her 2.5 million followers, Sam, 30, shared an image of her and her sister excited to launch their new podcast, titled The Sam and Billie Show.
Sprawled out across a sofa, the sisters are back working together and can be seen beaming from ear to ear while posing with their arms up in the air doing the peace symbol.
Billie, 31, is wearing blue denim jeans with a green blouse while Sam is wearing grey and cream and is keeping warm with a plaid coat in the same colour palette.
The caption under the comeback image reads: "Yay! We can finally announce that our brand new PODCAST @thesamandbillieshow is launching on 30 November.
"We can't wait for you to listen. You can subscribe now Eeeekkkk! https://apple.co/3r5mRyo."
It appears that the two couldn't have done it soon enough as fans of the duo congratulated them on their new venture.
One fan said: "So glad I've missed u guys together."
Another joined in with: "This is so exciting Sam. we were missing you! Good luck lovely ladies, can't wait for the podcast with your mum."
The TV show, which evolved from Sam's Mummy Diaries to the sister's joint journey of motherhood, now focuses on Sam's older sister and husband Greg's story and life with their children Nelly and Arthur.
Billie also shared an identical post on her Instagram to share the great news with her 2.3 million followers.
One loyal fan commented: "So happy for you, @billiefaiersofficial. I know it will be as successful as Billie Range Collection."
After appearing on viewer's screens for seven years and opening up her family to the audience, Sam said back in June that the "family needed a break from it all".
Sam said at the time: "To my wonderful followers and supporters of The Mummy Diaries over the past 7 years, after many months of consideration, I've decided that now feels like the right time to step away and to focus on new adventures."
The first episode of the podcast is out on 30 November and the show has a designated Instagram that, within one hour of being created, had already amassed over 5,000 followers.
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