The series will be on World of Wonder.

Drag Race UK hay have just ended – and you can find out who won here – but if there any fans out there worrying about having a distinct lack of British queens, worry no longer as Baga Chipz and The Vivienne have landed their own World of Wonder show, Morning T&T.

And to top if off, they’ll be in the roles of their iconic Snatch Game characters, Margaret Thatcher and Donald Tr*mp respectively.

Making the announcement on Twitter, World of Wonder wrote: “Trump. Thatcher. All tea, no quid pro quo.”

The rest of the details about Morning T&T are pretty scarce, other than it airing in December, but it looks like it might be emulating British daytime shows like Good Morning Britain or This Morning.

And this isn’t the only show that Baga Chipz has landed since Drag Race UK aired, as she has reportedly been linked to be on an upcoming series of Celebrity First Dates.

“As soon as the producers saw Baga on Drag Race UK they knew they wanted her,” said a show insider. “They love the idea of getting a drag queen on the show. Viewers will get to know the person underneath all the make-up and wacky outfits.”

The show – which focuses on single individuals on blind dates – has featured celebrities such as Scarlett Moffat, Preston, Natasha Hamilton, Keegan Hirst, Roman Kemp, Joey Essex, Duncan James, Lady Colin Campbell and Sinitta.

And Divina De Campo and Jinkx Monsoon have floated the idea of a Drag Race US vs UK. It started when Jinkx wrote: “Just dreamt about Drag Race: US vs UK. If it happens, I’m in.” It sent fans – and us – into meltdown mode.

Her comment prompted the following response from Drag Race UK star Divina De Campo: “Same.”

Earlier this year, we asked several Drag Race icons if they would appear on the potential spin-off. Blair St. Clair, Derrick Barry, Ginger Minj, Tatianna and Trinity The Tuck said yes, while Latrice Royale and Trixie Mattel said they are “done” with competing.

When we proposed the idea to Michelle Visage in her first interview for the British spin-off, she told us: “That would be really fun, our queens verses the queens that are on Drag Race UK. It could be really interesting, the aesthetic wars.”