British royal Sarah Ferguson is planning a new career as a full-time TV presenter in the U.S.
The Duchess of York has already landed a number of small television jobs, including guest slots on The View and Larry King Live, as well as working as a special correspondent for NBC's Today show.
But Ferguson now wants to focus all her efforts on carving out a full-time career in television - she wants to host her own reality show.
She tells Reuters, "I want it to be a show that is me on the streets. I want it (to be) me going round middle America. I want to go out and see what the needs are - and then the audience has to challenge me... to go and fix the school in Boise or get another restaurant in Allentown.
"I love American people... I don't have a house, but I live here. I am the number one fan, I love Americans."
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