Jessica Wright’s family in ‘advance talks’ to film Kardashian style ITv show

Jessica Wright has revealed her relatives are gearing up to star in their very own reality show, documenting their chaotic lives and close family bond in a similar style to E! series Keeping Up With The Kardashians

(Image: Getty Images for Dorothy Perkins)ByMollie Quirk

  • 14:00, 24 Nov 2021
  • Updated14:05, 24 Nov 2021
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The Only Way Is Essex bombshell Jessica Wright has revealed that her family are in 'advance talks' to film Kardashians style reality show with ITV.

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Jess Wright has opened up in an interview with MailOnline where she has revealed that the Wright family are hoping to start filming for a Kardashian-style fly-on-the-wall reality show.

It has been reported that ITV are going to give the green light to a show that will revolve around newlywed Jess and her family.

Reports say that the show will star 36 year old Jess, her younger sister 21 year old Natalya, her 32 year old brother Josh, and parents Carol and Mark Senior.

Jess and her sister Natalya attending the ITV Palooza held at the Royal Festival Hall
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Natalya, Jess and Carol Wright share a close bond and are all set to star in the new reality show
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Speaking to the publication, Jess explained that her grandmother Irene is being lined up to appear too, taking on the mantle of her late Nanny Pat, a fan favourite among many.

Jess thinks that now is the Wright time to star in a show, with her brother having a baby and the stunning TOWIE star planning on starting her own family soon.

The star teased the publication that her famous brother Mark, who played a lead role in the original TOWIE series, and his wife Michelle Keegan, both 34, could have cameos.

The family are gearing up for an ITV show in the style of KUWTK
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Although Jess reckons her nan Irene could fast become a favourite among viewers. She said: "Our Nanny Irene is quite a character and her and Nanny Pat were best friends."

She predicts that Irene and Jess' granddad will likely feature in the upcoming series, which she thinks is 'brilliant'.

Stepping back into the limelight, the Wright family have all appeared together in a new campaign for Debenhams.com.

The Wrights have become the online store's first ever-family brand ambassadors.

The Wright family are ambassadors for Debenhams.com
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Dressed up in glad rags for a super festive shoot, the family were joined by their adorable dogs.

Jess' sister Natalya starred in the festive shoot, and is set to have a big presence on the upcoming show too.

With experience in the public eye, Jess' sister Natalya is a model with past experience in fashion shoots alongside her sister.

She said: "It's not normally my kind of thing, I'm quite shy when it comes to things like that. But I'm happy to give it a little go. I'm used to the cameras being around."

Speaking to the publication Jess opened up about the "incredibly strong bond" that she and her sister have.

Opening up, Jess explained that she and Natalya are super close despite their 15-year age gap. She even likened their relationship to that of best friends.

It seems as though Natalya is the sensible one, explaining that she's quite old for her age and has grown up around older family members like siblings and cousins – which is what she puts down to growing up mature.

This comes as Jess recently got hitched to her beau William Lee-Kemp back in September, with the pair enjoying a late summer wedding.

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