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“Why is Pippa Trying To Ruin Me?” Asks Princess Kate

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Pippa Middleton’s bad behavior left the Duchess of Cambridge, the former Kate Middleton distraught, according to a “Now” magazine article on sale this week in the UK.

According to Kate, she is too busy worrying about  her sister Pippa destroying the impeccable royal image she has set out to build for herself to even think about having a baby with Prince William yet.

Pippa Middleton’s book Celebrate will be released later this year, which many have seen as a blatant attempt of Pippa to cash in on her royal connections in the diamond jubilee year. But her other exploits and those of her friends are much more worrying for Kate.

Kate is continually having to endure comparisons to her late mother in law, Princess Diana and when it comes to talk of pregnancy and babies, the situation is no different. Diana was pregnant with William within a year of her own royal wedding and many people will have been expecting the same of Kate and Will., especially with their ages. But a Palace insider told E! Online that Kate’s already got her work cut out making sure that her brother and sister don’t ruin the impeccable name that she’s made for herself.

‘Personally, I think the biggest pressure on Kate is the dumb behavior of her sister, Pippa, and, now, her brother, James.’

Kate Middleton wasn’t too happy about little sister Pippa raucously celebrating at a birthday party for Vicomte Arthur de Soultrait. She was pictured with a birthday boy with a dog lead around his neck.

Kate (30) gone to great lengths to impress the world with her impeccable behaviour since her wedding on 29 April 2011. No she is worried that her 28-year-old sister is becoming uncontrollable and has apparently asked their mother,

‘Why’s she trying to ruin me?’

The embarrassment doesn’t stop there for Kate. Pippa was also seen on prime-time French TV speaking at the over the top birthday party.

Pippa is said to feel guilty about embarrassing her sister, but she doesn’t feel that it is her fault.

But this isn’t the first time the pair have clashed. Last year Kate had to give Pippa and her brother James Middleton (25) a full briefing on how to behave. She does not wang her siblings to be seen t be cashing in on her royal status or to be behaving badly.

Several members of the royal family have spoken out in praise of Kate’s effortless conversion to royal life, recently. It seems as though Pippa and James Middleton haven’t been quite as good at keeping up appearances, though. Pippa was recently involved in a police investigation in Paris when she was photographed in a car with a friend who was apparently brandishing a gun. And James apparently “has a company that produces cakes and sponges bearing ‘naughty’ icing slogans such as ‘Jiggly Jugs’ and ‘Wriggly Willies’?

All eyes are now on Pippa to see how she behaves while publicizing her new party-planning book ‘Celebrate’ later this year.

Despite pleas for her not to talk about Kate and Prince William in interviews, deals worth up to £300,000 – which will go to charity – are being discussed with TV stations, on the condition she answers ‘two questions about the Royal family’.

On the plus side, Pippa’s been named as one of Time magazine’s 100 influential people in the world. Kate just wants her to use her influence for good, not bad. Fair point?

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