Pippa Middleton, the sister of Duchess of Cambridge Kate Middleton, will reportedly move into a family-friendly £3million home with her boyfriend Nico Jackson, according to a report.
The Mirror said the two have been conducting house hunting since May.
“The separate living accommodation for childcare is particularly appealing for them which could signal they think starting a family isn’t too far off,” source was quoted as saying. “A little cousin for Prince George might not be out of the question after they set up home.”
The source also said the property is from the early 1900s.
“Both Pippa and Nico were taken with it and when they saw the plans couldn’t wait to see the finished property. They just have a feeling it’ll be their first home,” the insider continued.
Jackson, 35, has said that he might want to have children with his girlfriend. “They’ll be looking at properties in Geneva too, but are clear they want London as their main foothold,” added the source.
The report comes days after another one said NBC might offer Middleton a job at NBC. The job would be as a correspondent and she would appear on “Today.”
“NBC, along with all the major networks, have been trying to sign Pippa for some time. NBC is set to make a fresh approach to her following the interview,” a source told the New York Post.
Middleton could have a similar role as former first daughter Chelsea Clinton on the show.
NBC reportedly offered her $600,000 to be a royal correspondent, but the Post said NBC denied that. A source said to the Post: “Pippa could do reports based on her party planning book or her charity work.”