Donnelly and Holly Willoughby may have something to talk about if they enroll in Celebrity Get Me Out of Here – parenting.
Half of the presentation of the duo Ant and Dec announced, together with his usual companion, that he would present the next series without Ant McPartlin by his side.
But it means that it could have something very special to discuss with its new presentation partner, if you sign up – parenting.
Holly, a mother of three, married her partner in 2007 and has since given birth to two sons and a daughter, in 2009, 2011 and 2014.
Dec, meanwhile, expects her first child with his wife Ali Astall, who will be born later this year.
His complicated presentation partner, Ant, was unfortunately unable to have children with his separated wife, Lisa Armstrong, a fight that they both opened before their separation in January.
A member of the TV told MirrorOnline: "Ant is excited about Dec and Ali but the news has given rise to other emotions because he has always wanted children.
"It's a bit of a heartache and it's a bittersweet time." Ant went into rehab and recently separated from his wife Lisa, so her life is not the same as the one Ant has in this moment."
In 2013, Ant said that he and Lisa had struggled to have children. He told Radio Times: "Lisa and I would like to have children, we're trying harder than you think when you get older."
The troubled star was accused of drunk driving after an accident in April, and was sentenced to pay a fine of £ 86,000 and was given a driving ban.
Since then, he has stayed out of the limelight and gone into rehab before starting his recovery from alcohol addiction at home.
Fans of the show have now speculated about who could take the place of Ant, and an insider recently told MirrorOnline that Holly Willoughby is in the frame.
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"Holly is a great friend of Ant and Dec and both she and Phil have supported Ant after his problems," said an insider from the show
"Ant and Dec both love each other and I'm sure they would be thrilled if he got the job.
"They share a management company so Holly already knows what it takes to be in the jungle for weeks."
An ITV source, however, since he told MirrorOnline that there had been no formal discussion with the Dec on a potential co-host, with talks that would occur next month.
Other names in the sheepfold are Stephen Mulhern and Scarlett Moffatt, who hosted the show's Extra Camp spin-off from his victory in 2016.
Cat Deeley is another presenter who could take on the role of presenting the Australian reality show, as a former colleague of the SMTV duo.
The source continued: "Stephen was one of the talents running for work, but he would never do it."
"The producers feel like anyone replacing Ant needs to be a woman to make a difference on the show, otherwise it would look like a replacement like that.
"This would risk not being at the spectators' height".
I'm A Celebrity will be back on ITV in the fall, with news on who will host the co-hosting for the whole year.