Peter Andre has hinted he and wife Emily could launch their own TV show in the future.
But rather than being a fly-on-the-wall documentary series about life in the Andre household, it would focus on an issue close to both their hearts: the NHS.
Peter, 45, told Best magazine that he and Emily who is a hospital doctor, have often discussed pitching and starring in their own medical-themed programme.
Emily's such a sweet, honest girl and her warmth comes across really well on TV.
He said: "We've talked about this a lot.
"Doing something that involves the NHS or a night in A&E would appeal to Emily. She's not that fussed about being on TV, but something health-related like this could work.
"Emily's such a sweet, honest girl and her warmth comes across really well on TV."
Emily, 28, has appeared in Peter's now-finished reality show, and stood in for Dr Hilary Jones as the resident medical expert on ITV's Lorraine.
It's not the first time Peter has suggested a medical-themed TV show for the pair.
He told OK! magazine back in February: "What would be great would be an A&E type show with me presenting and Emily on the front line."
Interestingly, Davina McCall is currently fronting a show for ITV called A&E Live, which takes viewers behind the scenes of Leeds General Infirmary's emergency department.
Peter's no stranger to TV, of course, with a slew of reality shows under his belt, as well as 60 Minute Makeover, I'm A Celebrity, Strictly Come Dancing and guest appearances on Loose Women, This Morning and more.
He is probably best known when it comes to TV for his fly-on-the-wall programmes; during his marriage to Katie Price they were the King and Queen of reality TV with everything from their wedding to children's births filmed.
After he split from Katie, he went on to star in his own successful series of solo reality shows, which featured second wife Emily every so often.
He called time on his reality TV career back in 2013, saying it was partly because he wanted to go out on a high, and partly because Emily prefers a life away from the cameras.
"It's going to be the tenth series since I started and we go on a high," he told This Morning. "The ratings have been amazing. The last series had the highest ratings we've ever had and I thought, let's leave it on a high and bow out gracefully.
"I am with someone who is a lot more private and even though I am public and I could never ask for privacy, you have to also respect the other person.
"But it's not just that, I do honestly think that we've done it and the public have been amazing, and I would hate it for the ratings to start slipping and then I have to stop."
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