She starred on reality TV show I'm A Celebrity... Get Me Out Of Here! back in 2015.
And Lady Colin Campbell is reportedly in talks for her own reality TV programme, which will be based inside her castle home in Worthing, West Sussex.
The socialite, 71, will be opening the grand doors of Castle Goring to a camera crew for the new venture, according to The Sun.
New venture: Lady Colin Campbell is reportedly in talks for her own reality TV programme, which will be based inside her castle home in Worthing, West SussexInsurance Loans Mortgage Attorney Credit Lawyer
The castle featured in 2016's documentary Lady C And The Castle, which saw her restore the ruined 18th century property and convert it into her dream home.
MailOnline has contacted Lady Colin Campbell's representatives for comment.
Lady C, who also starred in Celebs Go Dating, made headlines earlier this year for controversially comparing the Duchess of Sussex with Shakespearean villain Lady Macbeth.
The TV personality, who knew Prince Harry's mother Princess Diana, warned him about the way his wife has acted and how he is now more distant from his family.
Welcome! The socialite, 71, will be opening the grand doors of Castle Goring (pictured inside the castle in 2016) to a camera crew for the new venture
Speaking to The Sun, Lady Colin said: 'Meghan's influence is very reminiscent of Lady Macbeth.
'To gain a toehold over Harry she appears to have played to his weaknesses, just as Katherine has played to William's strengths.
'Meghan shares a lot of Harry's weaknesses. He is hyper-emotional, over-the-top, rushes where wise people don't and is extremely self-important.'
Her comments came soon after she published her contentious book, Meghan and Harry: The Real Story, in June this year.Insurance Loans Mortgage Attorney Credit Lawyer
The book was 'unverified' by the Royal Family and details Lady Colin's perspective of the couple's time in the spotlight.
Renovation: The castle featured in 2016's documentary Lady C And The Castle (above), which saw Lady C restore the ruined 18th century property and convert it into her dream home
The author, who penned 1992 bestseller Diana in Private: The Princess Nobody, also locked horns with Phillip Schofield on This Morning in June over her latest book.
Sharing his thoughts, Dancing On Ice's Phillip, 58, labelled the book 'tawdry and undignified', explaining: 'I'd be surprised any of the royals would want to get involved with more gossip after your Princess Diana book.'
The controversial aristocrat slammed the TV veteran as she defended her