Pippa writes fortnightly for the 'Sports and Social' column on The Telegraph, those being released every other Saturday. She writes once a month for Waitrose Kitchen magazine, and contributes as a guest to The Spectator. She also writes once every two months for Vanity Fair USA.
quote of the week
“As I have found out, recognition has its upside, its downside and – you may say – its backside.”
Philippa Charlotte Middleton was born on September 6th, 1983 in Reading, England to parents Michael and Carole Middleton (née Goldsmith). She is the middle of three siblings, including Catherine, who became the Duchess of Cambridge upon marrying Prince William. This makes Philippa the sister of the future Queen of the Commonwealth and aunt of the future King, Prince George of Cambridge. She graduated in English Literature from the University of Edinburgh. In her own pursuits, Pippa is a writer and party planner, often helping out in her family company, Party Pieces. She is a book author and guest writes for many publications, including Vanity Fair. Her hobbies include anything to do with the outdoors, sports and cooking.
Pippa Middleton is an english socialite, party planner and book author. She was born to Carole and Michael Middleton, and is the middle child of three siblings: the eldest being Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge and the youngest being James Middleton. She graduated from the University of Edinburgh with a degree in English Literature, and is the author of party-planning cookbook, "Celebrate: A Year of British Festivities for Friends and Family" and also a columnist for Vanity Fair, the Spectator, the Telegraph and Waitrose. Here you will find recipes, pictures, quotes and tips from Pippa. ,
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