According to the Sun, Channel 4 has commissioned a show titled Meet The Markles, which is rumored to include candid interviews with friends and family of Meghan Markle.
A source told the publication: "Meghan is a hot topic right now and everyone is interested in her. Channel 4 are going to go deeper into her past than anyone before. They want to discover new things about her family. It could be dramatic."
It's reportedly being made by the team behind BBC1's ancestry show Who Do You Think You Are? and started filming last month.
The source also added: "Meet the Markles tells the story of some of Meghan's ancestors and how she and Harry met. The film also considers her possible future role in the royal family."
It is thought the show will also delve into the star's private life—one she has so far managed to keep relatively quiet—and her former marriage to film and television producer Trevor Engleson, who she divorced in 2013.
The news comes months after the Mail Online reported that the Suits actress' estranged half-sister, Samantha Grant, is writing a "tell-all" book in which she details what it was like growing up with Markle as a child, amid Twitter posts calling her talk of philanthropic endeavors as "cheap" and accusing her of having a lack of "basic human consideration".
In a personal essay, Markle also detailed the pressures of being a celebrity, admitting: "With fame comes opportunity, but it also includes responsibility."
However, we're not so sure this is the kind of responsibility and intrusion of privacy Markle will be keen to take on any time soon, nor, presumably, will the royal family be very pleased.