Pippa Middleton was picture perfect yesterday as she hit two events and performed her own fashion re-run
Pippa Middleton, just like her sister Kate, won’t be slowing down in the build up to Christmas, and spent yesterday (Thursday) keeping up the family’s philanthropic tradition as she opened a charity Christmas sale before attending a carol service. She also took fashion inspiration from her big sister and used the occasion to perform a style re-run of her own.
With her brunette locks firmly in place Pippa posed perfectly in front of the cameras smiling at ease as she arrived at the carol service organised by The Quintessentially Foundation’s Fayre of St. James.
Fighting off the current chill, the youngest Middleton sister stepped out in a navy ensemble of a short skirt worked with a navy faux fur bomber, black ankle boots and added a touch of colour with her large clutch.
At the start of the evening Pippa was again the centre of attention, as she opened the Christmas sale at the British Red Cross charity shop. She cut the red ribbon at the Chelsea store clad in a collarless Kate Spade coat. She was first spotted in the coat as she partied until the earlier hours at Loulou’s, Mayfair at the start of November.
But last night was a different affair entirely as Pippa chatted to the shop’s volunteers and officially opened their sale. As a thank you to Pippa for popping by, her book, Celebrate, took pride of place in the shop window.
The Chelsea Red Cross store is one of the charity’s most successful and only sells designer items. We predict they’ll be an influx of customers now!
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Watch our interview with Pippa Middleton talking about her sister