Pippa Middleton may well be the youngest sister of the most famous woman in the world Kate Middleton but she caused quite a sensation of her own around the globe when she appeared as the Royal bridesmaid at the Royal wedding in April.
Now, unfortunately, Pippa Middleton has become the latest celebrity target for the extremely nasty and dangerous pro-Anorexia websites who do their best to encourage countless women and young girls to starve themselves in order to look good.
Branded as the pro-anorexia websites latest “Thinspiration”, pictures of attractive Pippa Middleton, 27, wearing her stunning bridesmaid dress appears on the deluded site under the offensive and distasteful title:
“Thin or die trying.”
Susan Ringwood of eating Disorder Charity B-eat warned about the dangerous website last night:
“Pro-Anorexia sites are dangerous because they encourage people to avoid treatment, and that can be life-threatening.
“Eating disorders have the highest death rate of any mental illness.”
Shocking reports have been released showing that there was a 10 per cent higher number of patients that admitted to hospital for treatment last year with life-threatening eating disorder Anorexia.
Pro-Anorexia websites have been condemned and blasted over the years by health experts for doing their best to “glamorise the condition”, and “offering advice that is quite simply dangerous.”
In the past pop-star turned celebrity fashion designer Victoria Beckham, 37, was promoted by the pro-Anorexia websites as a “thinspiration” because of her extremely slender figure and hailed as being the star that many anorexics would love to look like.