Pippa Middleton has been pictured for the first time since her sister Princess Kate was named in a new bombshell royal book.
Omid Scobie released his book Endgame last week, and the Dutch version caused controversy for naming Kate and King Charles as the alleged royals involved in raising "concern" over Prince Archie's skin colour.
In his new book, the author also referred to Pippa, 40, twice.
The younger sister of the Princess of Wales attended the Heart Hero Awards 2023 at Glaziers Hall on Wednesday.
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She appeared to ignore Scobie's bombshell claims as she looked stunning on the red carpet.
In his new book Endgame, the author suggested that Carole and Michael Middleton worked hard to send their three children to private schools.
He wrote: "The Middleton ancestors who married into money left an inheritance large enough for Michael and Carole to send Kate and her siblings, Pippa and James, to some of the country’s top private schools."
The 42-year-old author also mentioned how Pippa supported Kate during her brief break-up with Prince William in 2007.
Pippa Middleton was Kate's bridesmaid in 2011
Scobie added: "While William was off in Dorset—ostensibly for armoured reconnaissance training, but photographic evidence suggests he spent much of his time sowing his wild oats—Kate rallied her sister, Pippa, and some close friends for London’s nightlife scene.
"The paparazzi swarmed, and Kate was regularly photographed on raucous nights out.
"Long before my royal reporter days, I saw her inside the members-only Boujis club in South Kensington a few times, where she and her friends would knock back complimentary trays of shots and jump up on the seats and tables to dance to whatever hip-hop or house music the DJ was spinning.
"There was an option to leave the building secretly, but Kate left through the main doors, where the photographers waited."