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Kate Middleton Thinks It’s Time Pippa Settled Down with a Good Man?

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Kate Middleton, the Duchess of Cambridge,  thinks it’s time her sister, Pippa, settle down with a good man. This comes from a source who claims Kate isn’t only planning Prince William’s 30th birthday bash on June 21st, she wants to play “Cupid” for her younger sis. Since the Paris shooting scandal back in April, Pippa Middleton hasn’t been spotted with any of her aristocratic male friends. Is it a strategy in changing her public image?

The source said Kate feels it’s high time her 28-year-old sister find a good man who will “calm her down.” The Duchess is apparently inviting several of her “single, male friends” to her husband’s royal bash later this month so her sister can possibly hit it off with one — or many of them.

Pippa was linked with boyfriend, Alex Loudon, until they broke up late last year. She was photographed with George Percy, the Duke of Northumberland, on multiple occasions before the gun scandal. The two have known each other for years, but rumors they were romantically involved never proved true.

Is this a “royal” thing for the wife of the future King of England to do? Hard to imagine the Palace — or even William — being keen on this idea. Surely Pippa Middleton will settle down when she’s good and ready. After all, Pippa shouldn’t have any problem meeting single men with whom she can settle down with. It could be a simple case of Pippa will calm down when she’s ready.

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