A source tells PEOPLE Princess Kate's little sister has been talking to NBC

By Emily Strohm and Simon Perry
Updated November 06, 2014 02:10 PM
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She’s been a party planner, worked at the family firm, written a book about how to prepare the best celebrations and penned fun, first-person accounts of her trying out various adventures.

Now, Pippa Middleton, the little sister of Princess Kate, could be about to add American TV news personality to her résumé.

Pippa, 31, has been in talks with NBC over a role with the network, PEOPLE has confirmed. It stems from her interview with the Today show that aired last summer.

The move to approach Pippa, whose role as bridesmaid at her sister’s wedding to Prince William put her on the world map, was first reported by the New York Post. The newspaper said that Pippa has already had a tryout for Today in Utah – and British newspapers are estimating that she may even be paid as much as $650,000.

Pippa, who has been traveling in the U.S. this week and was spotted in Wyoming, was last seen publicly in the country when she and brother James and a group of friends took part in a charity bicycle ride in June.

NBC has a history of hiring those close to the royals: Charles Spencer, Diana’s brother, worked for the network in the ’80s.

There has been no comment from her reps in London.

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