Vogue Williams has been rumoured for Strictly Come Dancing 2019.
The model and TV presenter, who recently welcomed her first child with husband Spencer Matthews, is said to be in talks for this year's series.
Vogue previously took part in The Jump on Channel 4, where she was apparently signed up by the same TV exec who is looking after Strictly this year.
A source told The Sun newspaper: "Vogue has all the credentials to be on Strictly and is mates with someone in the casting department.
"It looks as though 2019 will be her time.”
For now, Vogue's new TV project is her very own show.
She and partner Spencer star in Spencer, Vogue and Baby Too, a new reality series on E4 following the couple's journey into parenthood with son Theodore.
Meanwhile, Strictly Come Dancing will be back with its new series from September.
Although it's a long way off, already a number of celebs have been tipped for the line up together with Vogue.
Other celebrities rumoured range from TV and radio host Fearne Cotton and X Factor star Olly Murs to BBC journalist Steph McGovern, as well as actress Jodie Comer.
OddsMonkey spokesperson Peter Watton said recently: “The BBC tend to keep talks quiet, but we know a lot of celebrities are huge fans of the show.
“Fearne Cotton and Steph McGovern have previously been linked and it no surprise to see them linked again. Olly Murs would be a huge coup and clearly he is in the reckoning."
TV and Radio presenter Chris Evans recently claimed he's agreed to take part in Strictly Come Dancing in 2019 while Alan Carr has also confirmed he too has been approached to hit the dance floor.
However as yet no names are confirmed and won't be for many months yet.
Strictly Come Dancing will launch in the autumn on Saturday nights on BBC One.