Coming a close second to her bottom, sister to the Duchess of Cambridge, Pippa Middleton shot to instant fame after the royal wedding.
Ever since Prince William and sister Kate Middleton tied the knot, the quiet country girl has be splashed over the headlines after stepping on to the red carpet in her designer ivory gown at Westminster Abbey in April.
She has been written about so much in the press that even new parents are naming their baby daughters after the 27-year-old.
Statistics have shown that girls every where now share the name as the party planner, with the name Philippa and it’s shortened version Pippa, being labeled the fasted growing name of the year.
“The names Kate or Catherine and William increased in popularity thanks
to the Royal Wedding, but nowhere near as much as interest increased in Pippa,” reports Pamela Redmond Satran, who if from online baby name website Nameberry, who conducted the 2011 study into baby names.
Last year the name Pippa was so unpopular that it didn’t even reach the top 400 girl names, but now it is firmly in the top 5.
Reports show that in 2010 the name Harry climbed to number 3 for boys names, so in five years time, UK classrooms with be full of Harry’s and Pippa’s.
Giving her names to to thousand of baby girls all over the country is not the only thing Pippa faces this year.
Following in the footsteps of Prince Andrew and Fergie’s daughters PrincessÂ Beatrice and Eugenie, Pippa has been scooped up by the US and bagged herselfÂ her very own reality TV show.
Since the royal wedding it seems America has been obsessed with our Monarchy and will stop at nothing to get their hands on members.
Despite being only the fifth and sixth in line to the throne, Princess Bea 22, and close sister Eugenie 21, alongside Kate’s dress and Pippa’s bum the girls were catapulted into the lime light. Helped of course by the comedy of Princess Bea’s cat flap hat, that sold on auction site eBay for a staggering Â£81,100.01, all of which went to charity.
After the big day the sisters were inundated with requests to go stateside and eventually locked them self a mouth-watering Â£3 million pound deal to appear on US chat shows and maybe film their own TV series ‘how to revamp yourself, royal style.’
Now the stateside attention has firmly changed to Pippa and she is said to have singed an exclusive deal to appear on her own show Crazy About Pippa. The series is set give an exclusive look into the budding stars life.
‘She has an X Factor charisma, even a star quality,’ says one expert on the American show’s trailer.
‘There was almost a gasp across the world, who’s that girl?
‘Suddenly it was all about Pippa Middleton…she single-handedly crash Twitter.’
Predicted to be a massive hit, Pippa’s show is due to air on US channel TLC on 9 August at 9pm.