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Pippa Middleton Splits From Boyfriend

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Pippa Middleton is back on the market. She has split from her long term boyfriend Alex Loudon. That ought to make an awful lot of single guys very happy as Pippa is surely Britain’s most eligible bachelorette now her sister tied the knot with second in line to the British throne, Prince William.

The younger sister of Princess Kate split from her banker boyfriend after a series of blazing rows. Friends of the couple suggest that Loudon found it difficult to handle Pippa’s sex symbol status and her newly found fame as the sister-in-law to Prince William, which makes her a very desirable marriage prospect, even were she not as hot as she undoubtedly is.

UK newspaper The Sun said that Prince William and Kate have been helping Pippa get over the split. She spent last weekend with them at Balmoral, one of the Queen’s estates.

Pippa’s split from Alex Loudon is believed to be permanent this time. The couple separated briefly over the summer but he could not control his jealousy and insiders say the former couple are now barely on speaking terms.

The problems seem to have started when Alex thought Pippa Middleton was flirting with Prince Harry. We probably all had hopes of another Royal Wedding then. But it appears the two are just friends, and Alex’s jealousy continued, wrecking his relationship with Pippa as she increasingly became the new darling of the British media. All her relationships now come under intense scrutiny and it seems Alex couldn’t handle that.

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