She’s written a book (and for Waitrose, no less), she has her own parody Twitter account – and, of course, made headlines around the world when she bent over wearing a white dress at a wedding the other year. And what else of Pippa Middleton, the nation’s favourite younger sister? Well, she’s got a column in Vanity Fair. And you know what that means: the return of Pip’s Tips.
Following her stint as wannabe domestic queen of Britain at Waitrose, she’s continuing her ascent (ass-cent? …Sorry) to world domination by hopping across the pond as Contributing Editor to Vanity Fair. Her first piece, covering Wimbledon is featuring in the July issue and promises a “scoop” on Roger Federer’s breakfast habits, along with Pippa’s own childhood tennis confessions. Basically, that she liked the sport so much as a child that she thought she’d marry in tennis whites and once dreamed of winning the tournament. Yeah, you heard.
But what else can we expect from Pip’s-Possibly-Even-Posher-Than-Ever-Before-Tips? Here are a few predictions…
1. What to wear for a night out in Henley, sweets.
Anything over the knee and covering the shoulder. Preferably matching the boys.
2. Always bring a fan for Apres-Charidee-Ski.
3. Pip's Lip-Tips
LIPS. SO. DRY.
Vaseline + APPLICATION FACE.
... = Satisfaction.
4. How to make underwear as outerwear chic
5. Keeping your head in the Harrod's Sale
Breaks, darling - lots of them.
6. Getting on the wrong side of French Authorities, the right way.
Yeaaahhh, that's a fake pistol.