However, the music mogul has revealed it WON’T be on the ITV talent show they worked together on for five series.
Instead, Simon has said he is coming up with new ideas for new mum Cheryl to work on him with.
Despite being close friends now, it hasn’t always been this way between the pair.
Simon and Cheryl famously fell out when he fired her from the US version of ‘X Factor’ in 2011, and they didn’t speak for years after.
However, the former Girls Aloud singer shocked fans when she made a triumphant return to the UK show in 2014, having called a truce with her former boss.
She announced news of their baby boy’s arrival with an adorable picture on Instagram last month, and it seems she is taking to motherhood like a duck to water.