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Sam and Billie Faiers in line for ‘big pay day’ after The Mummy Diaries is ‘renewed until 2021’

The ITVBe show will air for another few years at least

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Sam and Billie Faiers are going to be raking in even more cash as The Mummy Diaries has reportedly been renewed for two more years.

The pair’s show, which documents their life as mums, has been on TV since 2014 and the extension will mean fans will be able to keep watching until 2021.

“ITV have recommissioned The Mummy Diaries until at least 2021 in a mega bucks deal for the girls,” a source told Mail Online.

The show initially just focused on Sam, partner Paul and their kids (Credit: ITV)

It’s not been reported exactly how much the ex-TOWIE stars will earn for the deal, but Sam bagged a six-figure sum back in 2017 when ITV announced they had signed her on for another three more series.

The reality show originally just followed former TOWIE star Sam, her partner Paul Knightley and their young son Paul.

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The former TOWIE stars reportedly got a six figure sum for signing up for more series back in 2017 (Credit: ITV)

But the second season saw sister Billie, her now-husband Greg Shepherd and their kids also join.

In a huge moment for the ITVBe show, fans got to see Billie and Greg tie the knot in the Maldives as this series wrapped up earlier today (April 27th).

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Billie Faiers and husband Greg Shepherd
Fans will get to watch Billie and Greg wed on the show (Credit: Instagram)

“Other than the days that Nelly and Arthur were born, it was the best day of my life,” Billie told OK! of the lavish nuptials.

“It was like a fairy tale – all the stress and tears were worth it.”

Tissues at the ready!

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