Duchess Meghan's nephew is getting his own reality TV show.
Cannibas grower Tyler Dooley, 25, lives in Oregon in the US where marijuana is legal, and runs his own pot farm called Royally Grown and the businessman is set to start filming his own show based on his work.
According to the Sunday Mirror, his girlfriend Sandra Bazan, mother Tracy and brother Thomas, will all appear on the MTV reality series.
Tyler is the youngest son of Meghan's half-brother, Thomas Markle Jr.
A source told the newspaper: "Producers are fascinated by Tyler and his family, and how different their lives are from Meghan's.
"They think viewers will love him and the rest of the Dooleys, and become gripped by their soap opera lives.
"Tyler is really looking forward to it and sees it as great advertising for his marijuana business."
Tyler and his mother previously admitted they had been hoping for invitations to Meghan's wedding to Prince Harry but ultimately they were not invited.
Tyler said: "We've not got anything yet, at this point it's just... who knows."
Asked if he had given up hope of receiving one, he replied: "Not entirely but at this point, it's back to Meghan, it's her day, it's her happiness.
"We've been here from the very beginning, her whole life, always rooting her on and supporting her."
Tracey added: "I don't think we're going to get the invitations and that's fine, we're OK with that. We're so proud of her."
After Meghan was slammed by her half-sister, Samantha Grant - who is writing a book about her famous relative - on numerous occasions, Tyler and Tracy said they understood why she was reluctant to invite her entire family to her wedding.
Tracy - who was previously married to Meghan's half-brother Thomas - said: "I think there's been other family members there have been controversy around so it's made it difficult for the invitations to come out."