|Net Worth||$50 Million|
|Height||5 ft 8 in (1.75 m)|
|Date of Birth||Sep 6, 1983 (38 years old)|
Pippa Middleton Net Worth:
Pippa Middleton Net Worth:
Pippa Middleton, who is also called Pippa Matthews, is an English socialite and Catherine, the Duchess of Cambridge’s younger sister (aka Kate Middleton). Pippa’s net worth is $50 million, and most of that comes from her husband James Matthews, who comes from a very rich and aristocratic family.
Middleton first caught the attention of the press in 2011 when she went to the wedding of Prince William and Catherine. When Pippa was Kate’s maid of honor on her wedding day, her simple but beautiful Alexander McQueen dress and the fact that she and Kate are the same age and look alike were some of the most talked about things. After that, she became famous all over the world, which often brought back long news stories about her lifestyle, social life, or the way she dresses. Middleton has become a well-known socialite in London. In 2008, “Tatler” magazine named her Britain’s most eligible “society singleton.” Pippa has written two books, “Celebrate” (2012) and “Heartfelt,” which have helped her become a star in her own right (2016).
Philippa Charlotte Middleton was born on September 6, 1983, in Reading, Berkshire, England. She is the sister of Kate Middleton. Her mom, Carole, used to be a flight attendant, and her dad, Michael, used to work for British Airways as a flight dispatcher. Pippa grew up with her older sister Catherine and younger brother James in Reading and Bucklebury, Berkshire. She went to St. Andrew’s School and Downe House School. Then, she went to Marlborough College on a scholarship for athletes and all-arounders. Later, she got a degree in English literature from the University of Edinburgh.
Middleton worked at a public relations firm that specialized in high-end products after she graduated. She then went to work for the London-based company Table Talk as an events manager. She has also worked for her parents’ company, Party Pieces, as the editor of their magazine “Party Times.” Penguin Books gave her a £400,000 advance for “Celebrate,” a book about how to plan a party. In 2012, “Time” magazine said that Pippa was one of the 100 most important people in the world. Middleton has written articles for the magazine “The Spectator” and columns for the newspapers “The Sunday Telegraph,” “Waitrose Kitchen,” and “Vanity Fair.” In May 2013, she started a company called PXM Enterprises Limited. She was the only shareholder and director of the company. In September 2017, Pippa shut down the business, which was said to have handled her “publishing activities.”
Life at home:
From 2012 to 2015, Pippa dated Nico Jackson, who worked at a hedge fund. After that, she started dating hedge fund manager James Matthews, who used to be a professional race car driver. In July 2016, they got engaged, and on May 20, 2017, they got married. Middleton and Matthews had their first child, Arthur, on October 15, 2018, and their second child, Grace, on March 15, 2021. James is the son of the Laird of Glen Affric, a 10,000-acre Scottish estate. When Matthews takes over as Laird, Middleton will be called Lady Glen Affric. In September 2016, a hacker said that he had hacked into Pippa’s iCloud account and taken 3,000 photos from it. He called “The Sun” and asked for “at least £50,000” for Middleton’s pictures. The paper told Pippa, who then called the police. The hacker was caught later that month. He called himself “Crafty Cockney.”
Middleton was named an ambassador for the Mary Hare School for deaf children in Berkshire in 2013. The next year, she was named an ambassador for the British Heart Foundation. She raised money for the British Heart Foundation by taking part in the Race Across America and the Bosphorus Cross-Continental Swimming Race. Her bicycle was also auctioned off to raise money for the organization. In 2015, Pippa went to the charity’s Roll out the Red Ball and auctioned off an L.K. Bennett dress she owned. In 2016, she published the cookbook “Heartfelt” and gave the proceeds to the British Heart Foundation. In 2015, she took part in a swim-run competition for the Michael Matthews Foundation. The foundation was started in honor of her future husband’s brother, who died tragically in 1999 while trying to be the youngest Brit to climb Mount Everest.