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Pippa Middleton’s Diet and Workout Plan

What’s it like being the sister of a princess? While I’m not a Royal watcher, I did hear a little joking about the presumed jealousy that must be brewing in Pippa Middleton, sister of Kate and sister-in-law to one Prince William.

Yes, I’m sure it’s a royal pain to be considered Britain’s most eligible bachelorette and now to be rumored to be back dating an ex-flame George Percy, who just so happens to be the son of the Duke of Northumberland and one of the richest men in Great Britain (Percy’s inheritance will be worth a reported $350 million).

She also doesn’t seem to be short on self-esteem, as the 27-year-old is known for her athletic-level of dedication to exercise and diet.

One look at Pippa’s figure and you can see that she has the body of an athlete. That’s because she is an athlete. Pippa is known for taking part in triathlons and other events, not to mention she was a college athlete, winning scholarships for hockey and tennis to Marlborough College.

To stay in top shape, Pippa is known for her dedication to Pilates. Part of her daily exercise routine also includes not only running, but tennis and swimming.


Along with her sister Kate, Pippa is said to be a fan of the Dukan Diet. Introduced by Dr. Pierre Dukan in 2000, the Dukan Diet is not unlike the Atkins Diet, in that extreme reductions in carbohydrates are required. The first phase consists of primarily lean proteins, which leads to rapid weight loss. Other foods are gradually reintroduced.

There were rumblings during the Royal wedding hoopla that Pippa stole the spotlight with her stunning figure and beautiful form-fitting dress. Hey, she’s worked hard to look that good, how can you blame her for wanting to show it off?

(via: Zimbio)

July 1st, 2011

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Karen Pottruff

The site looks interesting, and the photos, too.

posted Jan 24th, 2012 3:18 pm


Kelly Anderson

Catherine Middleton is not a princess; she is a duchess. And the abbreviation of Catherine is Cate and not Kate (the way the media has been spelling it; of course, who said journalists can spell!).

posted Dec 20th, 2011 1:12 pm


genice carpenter

i would like the diet

posted Aug 3rd, 2011 6:09 pm



   
 

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