Sam Faiers: The Mummy Diaries is set to return for a further three series.
The Sun newspaper reports that Sam has signed a six-figure deal with ITVBe for the show, which will air until at least 2019.
It follows the news that Sam is expecting her second child with partner Paul Knightley.
A show source told the tabloid: “The Mummy Diaries has been a massive success for the channel and ITV know with the upcoming birth the show is going to continue to be a ratings winner.
“They’ve given her a deal worth several hundred thousand pounds and signed her up for three more series.”
The first series of Sam Faiers' The Mummy Diaries aired last autumn, following on from The Baby Diaries which started off as a one-off special.
The show followed Sam and her family as she experienced motherhood for the first time, whilst juggling her glitzy career and the pressures of being with Paul in the media spotlight.
Sam Faiers said of the show at the time: "I am excited to be doing my own six part series for ITVBe. The feedback from The Baby Diaries was so overwhelming and I am really looking forward to letting the viewers follow me in my day to day life with baby Paul during my first year of motherhood.
"I have so many exciting projects coming up this year, work wise and in my personal life and I can't wait to share them with everyone."