Pippa Middleton steps out for film premiere
Posted August 14, 2012
She has been mostly under wraps for the last few weeks during the London Olympics, but Pippa Middleton reappeared on the red carpet Monday night for a premiere of a film about the IRA.
Described as "glowing" by one British press report, the younger sister of a future queen showed up for the British premier of Shadow Dancer alone, dressed in a fitted black dress with lace upper bodice and shoulders and a pair of high-heeled strappy sandals, carrying a black clutch bag with silver piping.
The movie she saw tells the story of an IRA man who helps the British security services in Northern Ireland in the 1990s in order to protect his family. The thriller stars British actor Clive Owen; American Gillian Anderson (The X-Files), who lives in Britain, also is in the cast.
The film is adapted from a novel by British political journalist Tom Bradby, who also wrote the screenplay. Bradby is the journalist who conducted the first television interview of Prince William and the former Kate Middleton, now Catherine Duchess of Cambridge, after their engagement was announced in 2010.
William, Kate and Prince Harry, all Olympic ambassadors, were front and center during the Olympics cheering on Team GB.
Pippa, whose book on party planning will be published in October, was not seen during the Olympics. But that didn't stop fashion maestro Karl Lagerfeld from commenting on her looks: The Chanel designer was quoted last month saying he didn't like her face and she should "show only her back."
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