The scene would be no longer than two minutes and would be shot in the United Kingdom to accommodate the Duchess' busy schedule, according to executives at entertainment giant NBC Universal. "I've heard sums ranging from two to six million being kicked around, and that sounds a lot - but it would be one of the biggest marketing coups in TV history", the source told Daily Star.
If the Duchess decides to go ahead with the cameo, it is reported that she could receive a multi-million donation to a charity of her choice.
Meghan Markle's got a baby on the way and a calendar packed full of royal events, but she only seems to be adding to her workload, not subtracting from it (seriously, how?).
Just one example of the change was highlighted by reports last week that suggested the Duchess of Sussex had banned Prince Harry from drinking alcohol and anything with caffeine in it, including tea and coffee. There's no official word yet on whether Queen Elizabeth would be down for this, but Meghan already broke royal protocol last month, so really, anything is possible with the British royals.
The episode will feature Rachel's life after her marriage to boyfriend Mike Ross and mirror real-life by showing Rachel pregnant and happy living in the United Kingdom with Mike.
'I believe we could get away with only one or two lines from Rachel, perhaps saying how she would never have believed she would have such a wonderful life'.
Prince Harry is said to be so "enthralled" with wife Meghan that he has "changed considerably", which is ultimately the reason behind the now strained relationship with his brother William, according to royal insiders. "This particular route would beautifully mirror real life". "I saw them recently and genuinely lovely, happy, you know - first flushes of love, first year of being married - I'm like, 'just you wait!"
"I think if you put any family under the microscope you will find weird dynamics that could make headlines, but fundamentally I think they are a really lovely couple", she said.