Kate Middleton may experience a disturbance in her clam royal life when her sister Pippa Middleton and James Matthews’ wedding rolls around. While Kate’s life has been picture perfect with two babies and royal duties, after Pippa’s wedding, she will have to greet Spencer Matthews, Made in Chelsea reality star, as her brother-in-law.
Spencer Matthews, the younger brother of Pippa Middleton’s fiance, is notorious on British reality TV networks, having starred in Made in Chelsea, which got him his own spinoff The Bachelor. He has been “filmed allegedly snorting cocaine,” made it public that he “lost his virginity at 13” and that he “bedded over 1,000 women,” according to Telegraph UK.
During his tenure on Made in Chelsea, Spencer traversed around “London’s most desirable postcodes, drinking, hooking up” and making many memorable comments that are sure to surface as the wedding date of his older brother nears.
With him as a brother-in-law, Kate Middleton’s picturesque royal life might come tumbling down.
But the fact of the matter is that James Matthews’ family, including his rogue younger brother, is actually nobility. James is “the heir to a vast Scottish property,” which will make Pippa Middleton Lady Glen Affric after the wedding, according to Hello! Magazine.
Let’s hope that noble blood and attitude will kick in just in time for Pippa Middleton and James Matthews’ wedding!
Publicly speaking, Kate Middleton has not expressed any doubts or negative opinions about the family that her sister decided to become a part of. The union is completely supported by the royal family, with the spokesperson for Kensington Palace stating that she and Prince William, were “absolutely delighted” by the news of engagement, according to Hello! Magazine.
Possibly to escape any bickering that might arouse with her older sister, Pippa Middleton has been keeping herself occupied by climbing the highest peaks in Europe with James Middleton. Most recently, they conquered Matterhorn, in remembrance of the death of a Matthews brother.
“Pippa, who became engaged to financier James Matthews earlier this month, did the climb to raise money for the Michael Matthews Foundation in honor of her fiancé’s brother who died while scaling Mount Everest in 1999,” reports People Magazine. “He was 22 and was the youngest Briton ever to have scaled the peak at the time.”
Her fiance did not join her in the climb as mountain climbing “has disturbing memories” for him.
Despite what Kate Middleton thinks about Matthews brothers, Pippa has been happily flaunting her engagement ring in public.
“Despite the estimated $328,000 price tag, 32-year-old Pippa wore the rock with ease as she cycled through traffic in the city,” reports Hello! Magazine. “The columnist looked as chic as ever in an outfit that combined clashing animal prints.”
She also has been managing many people’s opinions about what kind of wedding dress she should wear. The dress designer of Kate Middleton gave his two cents, saying that Pippa should not try to emulate the duchess’ wedding.
“As long as the complete opposite of the Duchess of Cambridge – then she stands a chance,” he said according to Daily Mail. “She’s not a royal; she’s not going to be a royal. And that’s all I’m saying.”
“I personally, would put her in something very soft, perhaps chiffon, with a train of course because it’s dramatic,” he continued. “Possibly a little lace bodice, soft and fluid, I mean she’s got a great shape.”
Wedding dress aside, Kate Middleton is probably more concerned about Made in Chelsea star making an appearance at a royally influenced affair than her sister giving a bad show for the public.
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