The daughter-in-law of Rupert Murdoch is being tipped to become Paul Henry's new co-host on Australian television.
Sarah Murdoch quit as presenter and producer on the highly successful Australia's Next Top Model the day after crunch meetings were held between Henry and show producers in Sydney.
Murdoch, who is married to Rupert's son Lachlan, the man who lured Henry across the Tasman, has yet to announce her next job.
But Australian media have strongly linked her to the Channel Ten morning show he will host from February.
Melbourne's Herald Sun said Murdoch was perfectly placed for the job, even though the show's executive producer, Majella Wiemers, has denied she was on the shortlist.
Other experts agree the mother-of-three, 39, would work well with Henry and has "international clout".
"She has great credentials for the role, having been a breakfast television host before, and I think would have terrific chemistry with Henry," celebrity agent Max Markson said.
Henry said last week that he would be consulted on recruiting his co-host.
The new show Breakfast is due to start on February 27.