Pippa wore four different outfits for the occasion, which for some outlets represents front page news. Luckily, we're one of those outlets. Pippa, if we may call her Pippa, did show admirable self-awareness however, acknowledging in her introduction: "it's a bit startling to achieve global recognition… on account of your sister, your brother-in-law and your bottom."
Chapter 1 of the guide to successful parties, entitled: 'First, Have Your Sister Marry A Prince', reveals a host of party planning secrets, hitherto hidden from us amateur dabblers. Who knew we should put our guests' coats in the bedroom? It's a great idea because it frees up so much space on the dance floor.
Having entering through the Tradesman's Entrance – no tittering please – Pippa joined in a children's teatime Halloween party, where she was told by one six-year-old: "I hate princesses." Clearly it was her kind of crowd.
Chapter 2, 'Make Sure You Have A Nice Bottom', sees Pippa expand on a side of herself that the public never sees. Or her front, as we know it.
We were disappointed that cheese & pineapple on cocktail sticks were given a wide berth, but then, what do we know? No one offered the Daily Slap a £400,000 advance to give its party tips. There was no mention of Iceland's excellent 75 piece Ultimate Buffet Platter for only £4 either, though perhaps it goes without saying.
Certainly the final chapter, 'Get Some Gits In To Clean Up', resonated deeply with us and we look forward to her next book, Royal Hangovers.
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