MODEL Abbey Clancy is to font a brand new property reality show for ITV.
The media personality rose to fame when she became the runner-up of the second instalment of Britain's Next Top Model.
Abbey, 37, married to ex-England striker Peter Crouch, will be the host of a new reality show where she’ll have exclusive access to a number of top properties.
The six part series will see the star visit the extravagant homes of her celebrity friends.
Viewers will see properties owned by the likes of fellow modeling personalities Jo Wood, 68, and Jodie Kidd, 44.
Abbey's friend Heidi Range, 40, from Sugababes fame will also be included in the series.
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Commenting on the new show, ITV reality commissioner Paul Mortimer had nothing but praise for the new signing.
He said: “Obviously Abbey is incredibly beautiful but she’s also incredibly funny and brilliant.
"A host needs to have a certain degree of charisma and she’s got it in bucketloads."
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This comes after The Sun previously reported the commissioning of the show as one of three new series announced by ITV.
A TV insider said: “Abbey is hugely excited by the opportunity.
“She has a passion for interiors and is looking forward to seeing how other celebs deck out their homes.”
Other shows include At Home With The Madeleys, which will mainly focus on Richard and Judy’s daughter Chloe and her ex-rugby player husband James Haskell.
Whilst Olivia Marries Her Match will detail former Love Island star Olivia Attwood’s wedding to footballer Bradley Dack.
The three shows are due to air on ITVX and ITVBe later on this year.
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