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Prince Harry: Pippa Middleton is a ‘Foxy Filly’ in New TLC Show

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Kate Middleton, Princess Catherine as she is now, may have had her day. Her little sister Pippa Middleton is set to star in a new TLC show! A TV special entitled “Crazy About Pippa” will hit the small screen soon. The show promises to reveal previously unknown details about the younger Middleton sister.

Pippa has been affectionately named “Her Royal Hotness” since she attracted the attention of the world at that wedding of her sister Catherine Middleton to Prince William. The admission that Pippa Middleton didn’t wear panties under her matron of honor dress at the Royal Wedding helped to boost interest in her too!

The TLC special reveals that Prince Harry has nicknamed Pippa “Foxy Filly” and Pippa closest friends and acquaintances provide a never before seen insight into the life and work of the 27-year-old.

There is a lot of speculation about the love life of the British bachelorette, it’s her romance with Alex Loudon or her friendship and business arrangement with her ex-boyfriend George Percy (the son of one of the wealthiest men in England, the Duke of Northumberland). Her fashion sense and seemingly limitless dress closet also draws much attention. All this and more is discussed in “Crazy About Pippa.”

The “Pippa Middleton Ass Appreciation Society” has 238,000 members to date on Facebook. That number is set to rise after the show.

Catch “Crazy About Pippa” on TLC on August 9th at 9pm.

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