Pippa Middleton to start party planning business?

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  • The younger Middleton has set her sights on event organising, according to reports

    As the Middleton family prepares to take legal action, after racy pictures of Pippa Middleton hit the Internet over the weekend, it seems Kate’s younger sister is determined not to let the negative publicity affect her.

    With the Royal Wedding over, the British beauty is ploughing ahead with plans to start her very own party planning business, according to reports.


    After graduating in 2007, 27-year-old Pippa worked for London-based events company TableTalk, as well as helping her parents run their Party Pieces family business, and launching the company’s online magazine, the Party Times.

    But now it seems Miss Middleton has set her sights a little higher.

    It’s thought Pippa could be planning to use her high profile to help launch the new party planning venture, with some suggesting she and may even call on her newfound friends and contacts to help support the business.

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    ‘She is really buoyed by her success and is hoping to start her own party planning business,’ a friend of the British beauty revealed to the Daily Mail.

    ‘Her aim is to branch out into organising events. I am sure she’ll be able to use new-found royal contacts to drum up business.’

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    Meanwhile, Pippa’s royal sister Kate Middleton has been enjoying a rather quieter life, as an army wife at the home she shares with Prince William in Anglesey.

    Last week the new Duchess of Cambridge was spied stocking up on shopping at Waitrose, while her new hubby was at work as a search and rescue pilot.

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