Pippa Middleton Biography
| ||Pippa Middleton is the middle child to parents Carol and Mike Middleton. Most notably, Pippa served as the maid of honor in her sister, now Princess Catherine's, royal wedding to Prince William of England on April 29, 2011 in West Minster Abby. Pippa Middleton flashed into the hearts of millions around the world when she guided the little flower girls down the red carpeted isle in a sleek white dress on her sister, Kate Middleton's wedding day. |
|Phillipa Charlotte Middleton (b. 9/6/1983)|
The Pippa Middleton biography starts with growing up in a middle class household in Bradfield Southend, just outside of London. While her children were tiny, Pippa Middleton's mother started an online party retail business called Party Pieces. The success of the business moved Pippa Middleton and her family into the upper class realm. Now Pippa will make her own history after her sister wedded the most eligible bachelor, Prince William.
Pippa and her younger brother, James Middleton, and older sister Kate Middleton were educated in the best school in London, Marlborough. Later Pippa acquired higher education at the University of Edinburgh located in Scotland where she majored in English Literature. While at the university, Pippa rubbed elbows with her own royal classmates by rooming with Lord Edward Innes-Ker, a son of the Duke of Roxburghe, and with Earl Percy, heir of the Duke of Northumberland.
Pippa seeks out a career working with people having fun. In 2008, organized parties and other events through her position with Table Talk. She earned praises as a very interesting socialite by being named The Number 1 Society Singleton, by Tatler Magazine. In 2010, the Middleton family decided to expand their Party Pieces business and lured their daughter home to contribute to an online ezine about kid party planning called, The Party Times> where she spends 2 days a week editing the online magazine. This allows her to be very mobile and enjoy a life of leisure that her family fortune can afford to provide.