Sam and Billie Faiers’ Mummy Diaries is back on ITVBe with its seventh series.
The reality show follows sisters Sam and Billie Faiers in their day to day family lives with their partners and children.
It began as a one-off series with Sam as she welcomed son Paul in The Baby Diaries, before Billie joined with her daughter Nelly in 2016.
Now a brand new seventh series is currently airing Wednesday nights at 9PM on ITVBe starting from February 26.
Sam and Billie Faiers’ Mummy Diaries spoilers
In the next, second episode of series 7 TOWIE stars Sam and Billie Faiers are back for a brand new series of the reality show following their adventures as young mums living life in the media spotlight.
The sisters attend Sam’s launch party together, but things soon turn heated when the topic of babies comes up.
Also, it’s Rosie’s second birthday, and Sam puts on a no-expense-spared joint birthday party for her and Paul. Arthur learns a new word.
This week’s first episode saw us taken back to Christmas as Sam and Billie plan for their favourite time of the year the sisters make some big decisions.
In Essex, the Christmas madness started as the Shepherds who got their decorations up while mum Sue arrived with a new set of teeth. Nelly shocked with her letter to Santa and the Shepherds finally put an offer in on a new house.
Billie and Greg came up with a plan to auction off a date with mum Sue and an idea from Greg backfired leaving him bald.
Over in Hertfordshire, there was Christmas magic in the air as Sam introduced some Faiers family traditions but Rosie and Paul went head to head over the Xmas tree.
Meanwhile, the two families pulled out all the stops for their first ever Christmas photo shoot but things didn’t go to plan as the kids fought over a £40,000 toy car.
Watch and catch up on The Mummy Diaries
The Mummy Diaries airs on ITVBe and you can catch up with the latest episodes on ITVHub.
You can also catch up via Amazon Prime Video where select past series are available to purchase or stream for free with ITV Hub+.
Meanwhile, regular clips from the series are available to watch for free via the show’s official YouTube channel.
PICTURE CREDIT: © Stacey Clarke Photo/ITV