Her bottom is single handedly causing a crazed stampede of desperate women keen to go under the knife to get that royal seat.
Since we saw big sis Duchess of Cambridge Kate Middleton and Prince William get hitched at the royal wedding of the century, Pippa has achieved global fame, all with the help of a form fitting bridesmaid dress designed by Alexander McQueen.
The flattering gown left watchers asking two things: could her gown have been padded and, if not, how do I get that back?
Gone are the days when women were content to take a picture of a celebrity hairstyle to their hairdressers keen to achieve a certain look, now the beauty conscious are branching out and taking snaps of Pippa’s shapely derriere along to their plastic surgeons.
As the fashion and beauty industry booms so is the world of artificial altering. Read more.
Kate, Duchess of Cambridge, 29, joined sister Pippa, 28, for the nuptials of friends Thomas Sutton and Harriet Colthurst.
While Pippa walked into the Italian-style church in Wilton, Wiltshire, with longterm boyfriend Alex Loudon, Kate was without her husband Prince William. Arriving with a group of close friends including Tom van Straubenzee and James Meade, the prince, 29, had already taken up his position inside as an usher. (Earlier, he and his mates had tucked into lunch at a local pub.)
Eyewitness Mark Stewart says Kate was “dressed to impress” in a bold red Collette Dinnigan lace dress. She was accompanied by pal Louise Aubrey-Fletcher, whose wedding she attended in January. Pippa, meanwhile, wore a dress by Project D (Dannii Minogue’s line) and a patent leather headpiece from milliner Gina Foster. Read more.
Everyone’s favorite royal in-law wore a red and black plaid shirt, simple black skinny jeans, and a pair of classic shades. But don’t worry, Pippa gave her low-key look a touch of glam by pairing the casual clothes with a set of simple black heels.
What do you think of Pippa Middleton’s lumberjack look? We love her feminine, pulled-together work ensembles, but it’s nice to see the British beauty looking casual and comfy just like the rest of us.
Despite being surrounded by Royals and celebrities, no one could argue that the Duchess of Cambridge’s sister was the centre of attention.
While her plunging red halterneck dress by Temperley was on trend – both Geri Halliwell and Prince William’s ex girlfriend Jecca Craig wore similar versions to the event – Pippa’s gown was slightly more revealing.
Not subject to the same protocol as Kate, the pretty brunette can wear whatever she wants and get away with it.
But did Pippa need to make such a bold wardrobe statement?
At the Royal Wedding, her fitted but demure Alexander McQueen dress was enough to propel her to instant stardom.
And up until now, she has always presented herself as elegant and ladylike with her style choices – a refreshing alternative that has no doubt contributed to her popularity.
She was however subject to an embarrassing moment at London Fashion Week earlier this month. Read more.
Now she is stealing the hearts of plastic surgery patients everywhere. Or, rather, her rear end is.
The sister-in-law of Britain’s apparent future king is the inspiration behind the latest trend in cosmetic surgery, called the “Pippa butt lift.”
The name Pippa Middleton held marginal significance until the April 29 wedding of William and Kate, when Middleton, 27, wowed the crowd in a form-fitting bridesmaid dress by Alexander McQueen that left royal wedding watchers asking two things: could her gown have been padded and, if not, how do I get that back? Read more.
The “E! True Hollywood Story: Kate & Pippa” will tell the tale of the commoner sisters who were launched into the international spotlight after Kate fell in love with a royal, the network said in a statement.
“Kate and Pippa have always been incredibly close,” said royals author Claudia Joseph, who was interviewed for the special. “You can see the warmth between them; they spend a lot of time together. When Kate and William broke up [temporarily], it was Pippa she went on the town with.”
Commentators will weigh in on the girls’ quaint upbringing, their transition into London’s social scene, William and Kate’s courtship at St. Andrews University and Pippa’s instant celebrity status boost since the April 2011 royal wedding. Read more.