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Duchess Catherine's uncle plans book
Feb 13, 2013, 12:02 GMT
Duchess Catherine's uncle is planning to write a book.
Gary Goldsmith - the brother of Catherine's mother Carole Middleton - has started work on his memoirs which is set to include anecdotes and tales about his colourful life and how he amassed his millions.
Gary - who made his fortune from IT recruitment - admits the tome is in it's very early stages at the moment but he thinks he has an interesting story to tell.
He told the Daily Mail newspaper: 'I am not sure what will be in it yet. It is very early days, but I would love to write a book and I've been discussing ideas with a business friend.
'We've had very interesting times together and a book would be full of good stories about what has happened to me. I'm sure it would make a good book.'
Gary, 47, claims he won't go into detail about his niece - formerly known as Kate Middleton - and her relationship and eventual marriage to Prince William.
He said: 'I never talk about anything to do with my family for obvious reasons. But I still think people might be interested in a book - for instance, no one seems to have picked up on the fact that both my sister and I were millionaires before we turned 30 -she with her Party Pieces business and me with my company ... I hope people will be interested in me and not because of my family.'
Gary has been four times and is currently wed to former car sales clerk Julie-Ann Brown. He recently splashed out Â£1.7â??million on a house in Marylebone, London, and is selling his luxurious Ibiza villa Maison de Bang Bang.
Pregnant Catherine's sister Pippa Middleton released a book of party planning tips, recipes and craft activities titled 'Celebrate' which was widely panned.
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