In a sneak peek of Pippa Middleton's first televised interviewed, airing on the Today show June 30 and July 1, the 30-year-old stunner talks life in the royal spotlight and her relationship with sister Kate, the Duchess of Cambridge.

When asked by Matt Lauer whether anything has changed between the siblings since her older sister married into royalty on April 29, 2011, Pippa replies, "Not particularly, no."

Though she does admit Kate has quite a bit more on her plate these days. "I mean, obviously she has pressures that she's taken on and things. But we spend a lot of time together," shares Prince George's aunt.

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"We still do a lot together as a family. And I think that's really the heart for all of us is having a really close family that we can sort of be normal with each other, treat each other normally. And that's sort of kept us all, you know, affixed to the ground," she explains.

"So you can call any night and say, 'Hey, Kate, it's Pippa. Let's just do girl talk like we used to?'" asked Matt.

"Yeah. Yeah, we do we have a very normal, sisterly relationship," Pippa reveals. "We're very close. And, you know, we support each other and get each other's opinions and things."

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And although we could listen to Pippa's royal tidbits all day long, the party planner also talked about the 3,000-mile bike race across America she completed last week.

"Through the trip it was just amazing to go through so many different states and just see the diversity of the landscape, the countryside—it's huge," she said when asked about her time here.

"I love it—It's very friendly, very welcoming. And we felt that the entire way. And the scenery was incredible."

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Pippa with her brother James Middleton, as they participate in the 12-state bike race

We'd love to have you move here, Pippa!

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