Pippa dazzled huge TV audiences across the globe in her role as the Duchess of Cambridge’s Maid of Honour during the spectacular royal ceremony in 2011. Such was the impact of her appearance, the public instantly took her to their hearts and
The 37-year-old author appeared in posts on Instagram and Twitter sporting a red festive jumper after she presented awards to Mary Hare School for deaf children and young people. The jumper’s Christmas tree design synchronises with a tastefully decorated tree in the
Kate Middleton’s sister gave out awards to children at the school for deaf pupils in Newbury ahead of their Christmas holidays. The school shared on its Twitter account a photograph of Pippa wearing a festive jumper in front of her decorated Christmas tree.
The younger sister of the Duchess of Cambridge already has a two-year-old son named Arthur. Pippa’s second baby will be a first cousin of Prince George, seven, Princess Charlotte, five, and Prince Louis, two. A source close to the Middleton family told
Pippa Middleton on ‘embarrassing’ royal wedding moment in 2014 Kate Middleton’s sister has been thrust further into the spotlight during the coronavirus pandemic, as Royal Family fans turn to follow other relatives of the Firm after Prince Harry and Meghan Markle’s exit
Kate and Prince William have been busy throughout the coronavirus pandemic performing their royal duties to the best of their ability. The pair have mostly used the time to remotely call and talk to organisations they are patrons of, and reach out