After Phillipa Middleton's successful catapult into the world of High Society, she has been offered an amazing movie contract.
The movie is entitled "The Rear Emerald Window" and reportedly playing a minor but shining role, is Prince Harry (in the film known as Prince Henry) who ends up marrying Phillipa Middleton (playing Pippa Bucklebury) in the movie.
It has all the pageantry, mystery, intrigue and associated scary music of an Alfred Hitchock Thriller.
There is a dramatic mysterious scene where a few birds appear to follow Pippa when she is crossing a moor at night heading home and images of the Yorkshire Ripper go through her mind. It is Alex Loveless who languishes nearby. Waiting for his victim.
This takes place near a Rear Emerald Window in a Church near a moor.
In this story a pair of unsuspecting secret lovers, Camilla and George are nearby. A shot is fired and Alex Loveless misses his target, Pippa Bucklebury and wounds Camilla, she then becoming a paraplegic.
It has an underlying supernatural theme whereby a Princess Diana lookalike reveals herself in a couple of scenes.
Prince Henry marries Pippa Bucklebury after she is snatched from the hands of death, namely Alex Loveless, whose jealousy consumes him as he realises Pippa has inadvertently fallen in love the the amiable Happy Prince Henry.
Lookalikes will play Kate Middleton and Prince William who have only a fleeting moment of glory in the movie but meet with Princess Diana in a sad/happy spiritual/ghostly encounter.
The culprit, Alex Loveless, after escaping by the skin of his teeth, flees to Basingstoke where he thinks no-one would consider looking for him but where he is apprehended in Cliddesden Road by a couple of Bobbies (Policemen).
Timothy Dalton plays Phillipa's brother who Phillipa runs to when people at first do not believe that she is being stalked by her ex-fiance, a now deranged would-be killer, named Alex Loveless.
We have now heard Phillipa Middleton has agreed to starring in the movie purportedly for the amount of Fifteen Million Pounds.