Pippa Middleton finds her bottom's fame 'startling'

Oct 22, 2012

Tabloid tales: Pippa's bum recognition, Harry Styles 'broke Taylor Swift's heart', Cheryl Cole likes Kate Middleton's boobs

PIPPA MIDDLETON has admitted that she finds the public's fascination with her bottom "startling". In the introduction to her new party-planning book, Celebration: A year of British festivities for familes, Pippa admits: "It is a bit startling to achieve global recognition before the age of 30 on account of your sister, your brother-in-law and your bottom." According to the Daily Mail, Pippa, who shot to fame after her derrière became the surprise hit of the Royal Wedding last year, believes the book is a chance for her to "paint a picture" of herself to the public. The book is a guide to home entertaining, which includes tips such as making pumpkin soup for Halloween and the correct way to toast marshmallows. Pippa even includes advice on how to win at conkers.

One Direction's Harry Styles is said to have left Taylor Swift "heartbroken" after he was caught kissing another girl earlier this year. According to the Metro, Styles and Swift had been secretly seeing each other before One Direction took off on a promotional tour of Australia in April. Swift was said to be smitten with the boyband star but while he was in Australia: "Taylor had all these texts from Harry... telling her not to believe everything she reads," a source said. Swift then Googled Harry and found pictures of him kissing model Emma Ostilly. "She was heartbroken."

Cheryl Cole has admitted that she thinks Kate Middleton has "a great pair of boobs". According to the Daily Mirror, Cole branded the topless photos of the Duchess of Cambridge an invasion of "a private moment", which was "disgusting". But the Geordie popstar then added: "She does have a great pair of boobs though, right?" On the subject of revealing photos of royals, Cole admitted Prince Harry's naked Las Vegas antics weren't "the smartest thing" to do, but added: "Didn't Diana always want them to have normal lives? And you do not get more normal than that. Taking your clothes off in Vegas."

Financier Ben Goldsmith executed such an elaborate and lengthy stag-do hoax that the groom feared he would spend his wedding day in jail. Alex Tulloch was celebrating his upcoming nuptials in Los Angeles when he and two friends were "arrested" by LAPD officers, put in handcuffs and marched off to jail. The three men were held in separate cells, sharing with burly tattooed "felons" who put "the fear of God into them". After the four hour ordeal, during which the trio were interrogated, Goldsmith and the other partygoers eventually emerged to reveal the felons were actors and the police station a TV show set. According to the Daily Mail, Tulloch "wasn't too pleased" with the "utterly convincing" prank.

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