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Pippa Middleton Attempts To Clean Up Her Image

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Pippa Middleton, younger sister to Kate, the Duchess of Cambridge, is so keen to improve her public image that she has employed a top PR consultant to help her.

Pippa has hit the headlines for all the wrong reasons lately, prompting sister Kate to say to their mother, “why is  Pippa trying to ruin me?” She was photographed in Paris in a car with a replica gun toting friend, she is well known for her hard partying. She has acquired herself a reputation as a good time party girl. But it seems Pippa cares after all.

The Duchess of Cambridge’s sister is now trying to secure her place in the nation’s affections as the paparazzi follow every move she makes. She has contacted David Wynne-Morgan, the veteran PR man, for advice on how to improve her public image.

It’s help that she desperately needs as she seeks to secure her position in society. Right now, the most commo0n view of Pippa Middleton is of a spoiled little rich girl with no class, who is desperate to find herself a man and/or something that will keep her legitimately in the public eye. She is very much seen as a threat to the squeaky clean image that Kate and her husband, Prince William, the future King of England, are trying so hard to cultivate.

The former royal correspondent has so far refused to confirm or deny the rumors that he has been approached to help out with the Pippa Middleton publicity machine. But the spin doctor has also successfully advised Prince Charles.

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