Prince Harry and Meghan Markle have reportedly been shopping around an idea for a top-secret Hollywood project they wish to be executive producers on.
Having made the move to Los Angeles after stepping down as senior working members of the royal family earlier this year, the Duke and Duchess are now looking to make moves in the media, according to Variety.
The concept of the pitch is unknown - including whether it's an idea for a film, television series, documentary or something else entirely - but Variety claims the couple took meetings with networks in June of this year.
NBCUniversal is said to have discussed the idea with the pair in a meeting that included the chairman of NBCUniversal Content Studios Bonnie Hammer, who once worked with Meghan during her time as an actor on Suits.
NBCUniversal declined to comment on whether they had any involvement with Harry and Meghan, as did Disney, who gave Meghan her first post-royal Hollywood gig narrating the docuseries Elephants, which benefitted a wildlife conservation charity.
Harry and Meghan's Tinsel Town ambitions were made abundantly clear when Harry was overheard selling his wife's voiceover skills to Disney CEO Bob Iger on the red carpet at the London Lion King premiere last year.
Harry's hustle took place even before the couple made the decision to step back from royal life - last year he also announced he was partnering with Oprah Winfrey to create an Apple TV plus series about mental health.
Now that they're entirely free to govern their own lives, it appears there's no holding the Duke and Duchess back when it comes to making the big time in showbiz.