Stephanie Davis is in talks to have own reality show with Jeremy McConnell
Stephanie Davis and Jeremy McConnell are in talks to have their own reality show together with a rumoured "£50,000" pay cheque at the end of it
Stephanie Davis and Jeremy McConnell are in talks to have their own reality show together.
The former 'Hollyoaks' star gave birth to her first child, Caben-Albi, with the 26-year-old Irish hunk last month and the pair are reportedly the "hottest property in the reality TV world" for producers to work with and they are reportedly set to receive a whopping "£50,000" if plans for them to have their own programme go ahead.
Speaking to The Sun newspaper about the potential of a tell-all show featuring the two - who met on 'Celebrity Big Brother' last year - and their tiny tot, a source said: "Steph and Jeremy are the hottest property in the reality TV world at the moment and producers are keen to get them their own show.
"It would be a ratings winner and the pair could walk away with over £50,000."
Meanwhile, Jeremy is taking the time to get to know his former partner and the mother of his child again after being at loggerheads with the 23-year-old actress since she announced she was pregnant with his baby, although Jeremy had denied being the biological parent until the little one was born.
And it is rumoured a reunion could be on the cards as they've been spending time together since he flew to the UK to meet his five-week-old child last week.
Speaking previously, a source said: "Jeremy is still in Liverpool with Stephanie at the moment. They're using this time to get to know each other again away from the cameras and things are going well. It's been an emotional couple of days for them both but they're beginning to see light at the end of the tunnel. Jeremy was keen not to miss any more time with Caben and Stephanie agrees it's important for him to be there."