Gemma Collins believes she's sitting on a dinosaur graveyard buried deep underneath in her garden.
The TOWIE legend is hoping to find the prehistoric remains in her Essex home and plans to channel her inner David Attenborough.
The reality star opened up about her love for palaeontology with The Mirror.
She explained her garden includes a large field and hopes there is a huge dino – or even five – waiting for her deep underground.
She said it'd be 'amazing' if a huge Tyrannosaurus Rex once lived on her land once millions of years ago.
The star said her favourite school trips as a youngster were when they'd visit the Natural History Museum in London, admitting it's still one of her beloved places to visit when in London.
Gemma said: "I mean, I’ve got a big field in my garden, so I was hoping there was some sort of huge dinosaur out there, or maybe five of them,” she says.
“Wouldn’t that be amazing if a Tyrannosaurus Rex lived on my land once?"
The business owner has shown fans a different side to her over recent months.
She previously said she wants to be Britain's answer to climate-change activist Greta Thunberg.
Gemma wants to follow in the Swedish teen's footsteps and use her celeb status to make a difference.
The 40-year-old says: “I think as I’ve got older that my calling on this earth is very different from being a reality star. That gave me the platform, but I think Greta Thunberg – move over, darling.
“Because something’s going on, the elements, the moon, the wind, the sun, the stars, they’re all trying to talk to me.”
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However, that doesn't mean her showbiz plans are completely thrown out, she feels she's big enough to even have her own dedicated museum in the future.
Speaking on her podcast, she admitted: “I love a museum – as you know, I’m hoping there’s going to be the Gemma Collins Museum one day.
“That’s why I never get rid of any of my big costumes and I always say, ‘Honey, there’s going to be a museum of me
one day, do not put that outfit in the bin – it’s staying’.
“And I truly believe there’s going to be a museum on me one day.”
- Gemma Collins
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