Lauren Conrad May Have A New Reality Series On The Way, Which Would Be Absolutely Amazing — PHOTO

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It's been quite some time since Lauren Conrad stepped onto the scene with MTV's reality television series, Laguna Beach: The Real Orange County, in 2004. However, after six seasons of the spin-off series, The Hills, a number of books published, and some fashion designing under her belt, there's a chance that Lauren Conrad is returning to MTV. Or at least that's what her latest Instagram post is alluding to. But could this be the look into her personal life that fans have been missing since her reality television stint reached its end? As of right now, things seem very much up in the air, but there's definitely room for hope.

The unknown project in question is hinted at through a photo Conrad posted of a camera filming her as she kneels beside what looks like a line of bridesmaids. While Conrad has been married for nearly two years to husband William Tell, it seems like the photo could be showing the television personality hard at work with one of her many ever-growing fashion lines. But, despite Lauren's failed career-focused MTV project in 2011, it does seem unlikely that the reality-based network would change their mind. In fact, photo hints aside, I'm keeping my fingers-crossed for the Conrad married life-centered reality series fans have been waiting for.

Considering that Lauren and her husband are up for adventure, it definitely sounds like it could be on the table. "My favorite thing about being married is knowing that I have a partner in life that I get to do so many wonderful things with. Dreaming of the things we will do 20 years from now is so fun," Conrad shared on her blog back in 2015. And, if she can be so open with her blog — and if the show no longer needs to cover her crazy dating life considering the fact that she's happily married — she may just be up for the job.

O course, if anything is holding them back right now, it may be the prospect of having kids. The The Hills star clarified in the March 2015 issue of  Redbook magazine, "I definitely wouldn't encourage my child to do reality television." But, all-in-all, I wouldn't rule anything out right now. Because, hey! Sometimes it's just hard to let go of the roots that got you to where you are today. And a new reality TV show would basically be like a walking version of Conrad's Instagram, so what could really go wrong?