May 10th, 2012 by edsel
English socialite Pippa Middleton is reportedly planning to move to New York City for the autumn launching of her party-planning book ‘Celebrate.’
Perez Hilton claimed that a source close to the family of Kate Middleton shared this item. ”Pippa had been considering a move to Paris,” the source said. “But now that’s off the list she has been investigating her options in America…”
The source added that Pippa Middleton “would love to move to New York as she’ll be spending time there when her book launches in the autumn.”
Back in April, French paparazzi caught Pippa Middleton, Heckler & Koch lawyer Romain Rabillard, and fashion designer Arthur de Soultrait in an audi. Rabillard reportedly threatened a shutterbug with a pistol while Pippa allegedly laughed.
The parties involved in what the press dubbed “Gungate” later asserted that the gun was a toy and that they were not really threatening or endangering the paparazzi. Their stunt is considered a punishable offense in France that can lead to several years in prison.
The “Gungate” scandal made Pippa Middleton quite shy about public appearances. She was earlier alleged to be eyeing a move to Paris this fall, but if the reported Perez Hilton is to be believed, Miss Middleton has changed her mind and decided on a New York City residence.
April 18th, 2012 by faye
English socialite Pippa Middleton could be facing charges for the bizarre gun-waving incident in Paris on Sunday.
According to reports, the 27-year-old Pippa Middleton – who’s the sister of Duchess Kate and sister-in-law of Prince William – was in the front passenger seat of an Audi convertible in Paris as the driver pointed a semi-automatic handgun at paparazzis.
A witness in the gun-waving incident charged a formal complaint with Paris police citing Pippa Middleton – including her friend, fashion mogul Arthur de Soultrait – who was in the backseat of the car, will be summoned if authorities determine there is enough evidence for prosecution.
“If the evidence points to Pippa Middleton’s involvement, she will be prosecuted,” a judicial source told Us Weekly. “Anybody involved in the illegal use of a handgun in public is liable to arrest and interrogation.”
If the said gun turns out to be real, the unidentified man waving it faces up to seven years in prison, and even if the weapon is fake, he still faces two years behind bars.
Pippa Middleton, who became an international star almost exactly a year ago at her 30-year-old sister’s royal wedding to Prince William, was in Paris for Soultrait’s 29th birthday bash on Friday.