Stop, just stop.
It's called PXM Enterprises, but no one knows what that means.
Also, who knew there was a Pippa impersonator?
Also, she challenged London's mayor to a game of Ping-Pong, and he accepted.
In case all those Topshop runs didn't convince you.
As in, the paper really thinks he's poor.
His name is Nico Jackson and he does not "have an impeccable pedigree."
Also, Will took her family to the circus on her birthday.
The Daily Mail strongly disapproves.
"I have been much teased for my book, Celebrate."
Droopy balls in the background.
Sales are "as flat as last night's champers."
Normally, the upper classes have footmen do the brawling for them.
Charting the style evolution of England's most famous sister.
Yet another reason her bachelorette party — er, "hen night" — was probably awesome.