It seems like the world just can’t get enough of Pippa Middleton!
Not only have countless fans sites sprang up all over the Internet, a Facebook page created in honour of her privateÂ assests, now even a 50 minute documentary about the budding star isn’t enough – we still want more!
Perhaps a full length feature film about the future queens sister, Duchess of Cambridge Kate Middleton, will be enough to satisfy her every growing fan base…?
It’s only been a few months since Prince Williams and Kate’s Royal Wedding catapulted Pippa in to global fame, but the rumours of a biopic film made about the star is already luming in the air.
A UK based production company are giving serious thought to making a blockbuster hit movie based on the privileged country girls life.
Odyssey Videos – who have rushed to put a 50 minute documentary about the the new royals younger sibling – have revealed they have been totally inundated with desperate pleas to make a feature length biopic on the 28-year-old beauty.
Founder Adrian Munsey spilled details to British newspaper Daily Mail: “We are rushing a 50-minute documentary dedicated solely to Pippa into production straight away.
“All the other Royal Family members have had well-documented lives, but now we are being inundated with requests to make a biopic about Pippa after the wedding.
“She was such a tour de force, holding her own on Kate’s wedding day and looking after those small children.
“Pippa is the beautiful girl-next-door who every woman wants to be.”
While an apparently sort after movie about Pippa’s ‘eventful’ life is still simmering in the pipe line, a feature film about Kate and Wills romance has already been released. The film appropriately named, ‘William & Catherine: A Royal Romance’ premiered on the Hallmark channel in America last month.
Dan Amboyer, who stars in the movie as Prince William, said: “We are not afraid to explore the real side of the relationship and the challenges.”
The supporting cast features the Prince of Wales and of course his new wife Kate, but while Pippa is mentioned in the film, her character does not appear physically onscreen.
Despite the production being about some of the most talked about people on the planet, with a low budget and unknown actors, I think it is it safe to assume that it will not be crowding the cinema schedule once it gets released in the UK…