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Pippa Middleton News Archive
Mmmmm, Dippin' Dots!!
Pippa Middleton's dress at Tabitha Webb's very first store launch in London on Tuesday made our mouthes water — but not for the usual reasons!
It wasn't particularly sexy or anything like that; the Tabitha Webb number was simply covered in a variety of rainbow-colored specks and dots that were totally reminiscent of the ever-delicious Dippin' Dots.
Upon closer inspection, however, the dotted patterns covering the black silk were a little more complicated than actual dots. But they still managed to give vibes of the frozen sweet treat!
Kate Middleton's sissy styled her frock with a black belt, black booties, and a black clutch.
Simple makeup and loose hair completed the look!
[Image via Getty Images.]
What a big dose of meh!
There wasn't anything particularly the matter with her lightly sequined pink Hugo Boss dress, but it was rather humdrum. And pairing it with copper sandals made no sense at all.
The shoes were way too heavy for such a dainty little dress!
Plus, her hair was very schoolmarm-y and made her look too stuffy for such an occasion.
Okay, we're done. What did U think of Pips' outfit???
[Image via Joe/WENN.]
OOOOH! Exciting news for Kate Middleton's sister!
Apparently, Pippa Middleton is thisclose to getting a diamond ring from her beau Nico Jackson!
Oooooh! How exciting!
Pippa Middleton Shrugs Off The Queen's Anger With A Chic Outing To Wimbledon With Her Boyfriend! Take That, Royalists!
The Queen of England may be mad at her, but boyfriend Nico Jackson isn't!
Pippa Middleton looked happy and secure with her beau as they were spotted leaving Wimbledon following Andy Murray's match yesterday.
She also looked preppy chic in a striped dress with a contrasting sash around her waist and peep-toe Tory Burch wedge heels.
Totally looks like something Kate might wear! Especially the wedges!
How could the Queen be mad at such a perfectly tan and toned citizen?
We hate to say it, but the Queen is wrong.
[Image via Pacific Coast News.]