Pippa Middleton Break-Up With Nico Jackson Reports False: Couple House Hunting in Switzerland

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By Sonalee singh | July 22, 2014 9:31 AM EST

Pippa Middleton is rumoured have called it quits with her stockbroker boyfriend Nico Jackson. It is being suggested that Nico has decided to move to Switzerland for a job in Hedge Fund firm and this has led to speculation that the couple has called it quits. Pippa and Nico have been in a relationship for a long time and there is no confirmation to the rumors of them calling it quits. The couple was much recently seen house hunting and is also rumored to be engaged.

"Pippa's been very intentional about keeping a low profile at the request of the royal family," royal wedding expert Anne Chertoff told Glamour. "Pippa and Nico have definitely talked about marriage. I can almost guarantee we'll see a ring on her finger before we see one on Cressida Bonas."

Meanwhile, Pippa and Nicco are also understood to be hunting for a home. The couple has their eyes set on a £3million mansion with quarters for a nanny. The house has six double bedrooms and a luxury cinema suite and a nanny pad. What makes this house exclusive is the separate baby place.

"The separate living accommodation for childcare is particularly appealing for them which could signal they think starting a family isn't too far off. A little cousin for Prince George might not be out of the question after they set up home," a source told the Mirror.

The property was build in 1900 and is currently being refurbished.

"Both Pippa and Nico were taken with it and when they saw the plans couldn't wait to see the finished property. They just have a feeling it'll be their first home," reported the Website.

Moreover, as opposed to break-up rumors due to Nico moving to Switzerland, the couple is also planning to look for properties in Geneva.

"They'll be looking at properties in Geneva too, but are clear they want London as their main foothold," the source further said.

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