Binky Felstead releases new trailer for spin-off show Born in Chelsea

Made In Chelsea’s Binky Felstead has released the first trailer for her new spin-off show, delighting fans with hilarious home footage of her and boyfriend Josh ‘JP’ Patterson’s parenting journey.

The mum took to Instagram to share new details of the show with fans, revealing the programme’s name, which follows a similar pattern to that which made the couple originally famous, Born In Chelsea.

The 27-year-old star wrote, ‘So here we are ….The trailer for our new show!!!!!! 🙌🏽😆 I’m so excited for you guys to see … It’s been so much fun- I’m loving it, hope you love it too! COMING SOON 👀 to #E4 #borninchelsea 🍼👶🏻’

The video shows a mix of clips, including the new parents at one of their baby scans.

If the trailer is anything to go by, the show will be hilarious, with one scene standing out in particular when JP admits, ‘Binky thought she was going into labour… turns out she just needed to fart’.

Fans have been going wild over the trailer so far, with many tagging their friends and exclaiming how excited they are for the show to start.

One social media user wrote, ‘Congratulations to both of you !!! I wish you all the best and I’m sure that you will be some amazing parents !!! 👪💕’.

Another said, ‘Oh my god I’m well excited for this’.

The couple announced the birth of their little girl on 12th June, and now viewers will watch as the reality TV stars enter a new stage in their lives as parents.

Many details of the show are still shrouded in secrecy, with the official air date yet to be released, but it has been announced that the show will be on E4 and be produced by Monkey, who is the company behind Made in Chelsea – so we’re sure there will be lots of the MIC-style drama that we love involved!

Audiences can look forward to two hour-long episodes which will show the loved-up couple’s reactions to becoming parents for the first time.

Channel 4 bosses have released a teasing statement that has prepared watchers to ‘witness the reality behind becoming first-time parents’ and ‘expect raw emotion and a behind-the-scenes look at the new Chelsea family.’

It is said that the programme will document the last few weeks of Binky’s pregnancy, but judging from her previous comments about giving birth on television it doesn’t sound like her labour will be filmed.

The mum opened up to HELLO magazine about her thoughts about giving birth on-screen, saying: ‘There won’t be cameras in the delivery suite.’

‘We don’t want to overexpose the baby. We want to share our excitement on the show as I have grown up on it and it’s where we met.’