Kelly Brook's new TV show called 'La Dolce Vita' has reportedly been picked up by ITV.

Kelly Brook and her husband Jeremy Parisi  have been filming a new TV show in Italy

Kelly Brook and her husband Jeremy Parisi have been filming a new TV show in Italy

Last year, the 44-year-old model/TV presenter filmed a pilot for a new series called 'La Dolce Vita' in the style of Jeremy Clarkson's hit Amazon show 'Clarkson's Farm' featuring Kelly and her husband Jeremy Parisi attempting to harvest olives at his family's estate in Italy - and a new report suggests it's found a home at ITV and will air in a daytime slot.

According to The Sun newspaper, ITV have yet to reveal when the show will launch but it's set to be broadcast as part of the channel's daytime schedule.

Kelly previously declared she was thrilled to embrace her husband's Italian roots for the show.

In a post on Instagram, she explained: "Last autumn, my husband and I filmed a pilot on his family farm in Italy during the olive harvest and captured the absolute beauty of where he is from and the beautiful family I am now married into!"

Kelly went on to reveal she didn't know if the pilot would become a full series, but she enjoyed making it with James Corden's Fulwell 73 Productions.

She added: "Thank you @fulwell73productions for making this dream a reality and capturing so many wonderful moments on film! We are not sure if this pilot will ever become a TV show however we are hoping one day it might!"

The former 'Big Breakfast' presenter added the region is where the couple married in 2022 and they are hoping to spend more time there in the future and learn more about harvesting olives.

She went on to write: "Arpino is where we were married and is definitely a place we will be spending more time in the future and I’m looking forward to learning more about the business of olive oil farming."