I'm A Celebrity 2017 winner Georgia 'Toff' Toffolo could run for Parliament at the next election.
It was Toff who won I'm A Celebrity 2017 this year, beating Jamie Lomas into second place. Iain Lee finished third in the live final.
"I don’t know what to say," the Made In Chelsea star reacted at the time. “I didn’t think anyone would like me. Sorry, I’m really taken aback.
“It’s really overwhelming. Thank you so much. I’m really shocked. Is this real?”
She added: “I loved it in there so much, nothing can prepare you for that. My cheeks hurt from smiling."
Since her victory, Toff has been tipped for big things - and Celebrity Big Brother.
As well as modelling and TV gigs, Toff has also been linked to a more serious role as a prospective MP for the Conservatives.
A Tory source told the Daily Star newspaper: "She has the full package – intellect, charm, looks."
Toff - who previously studied at the University of Westminster - currently works for a Parliament Street Think Tank.
Her boss Patrick Sullivan said: "Georgia’s experience in the outback will make her even more prepared to tame the Westminster jungle.
"Given the US president got his start on reality TV, we think the sky’s the limit for Georgia."
Meanwhile, Toff has reacted to her victory - and claims she could be set to rake in the cash.
“The first thing I said to my mum [after coming out], I said: ‘Mum, I haven’t paid my rent…” she told ITV's Good Morning Britain.
Toff added: “I don’t think I’ll be having that pay day but it would be nice.”
I'm A Celebrity Get Me Out Of Here airs on ITV.