Report By: Nina Rai
Florida, 13 May, 2012
If an US Company’s claim is to be believed, then the Duchess of Cambridge’s younger sisteris available for hiring out for £90,000 a time.
Celebrity Talent Promotions, a Windermere, Florida based celebrity booking firm openly solicits on its website: Hire Speaker Pippa Middleton.
Inside it states that Britain's Duchess Catherine’s sister: Pippa Middleton is available for 'Corporate Appearances, Speaking Engagements, Endorsements & Autograph Signings'.
The American firm has even posted a photograph of the 28-year-old brunette at the website, the same picture of Pippa Middleton as seen during the William and Kate royal wedding.
Underneath the image it furnishes the information: 'We are a celebrity booking agency that also hires Pippa Middleton... as a keynote presenter for speaking engagements, trade shows, conventions and store grand openings.'
It goes on to add that, for a price, Kate Middleton’s sibling can be booked for 'event hosting, licensing deals, product endorsements, print advertising and television commercials'.
Celebrity Talent Promotions claims it can 'hire out' Pippa Middleton for £90,000 a time. But the daughter of millionaires Michael and Carole Middleton of Berkshire; has nothing to do with this US firm and cannot be hired out by them.
When the celebrity booking firm was contacted by the Daily Star Sunday newspaper as to how much it would cost to book Pippa Middleton, they quoted a price of £62,000 to £93,000.
Explaining about the costs involved, one of the agency workers Adam Plotkin pointed: 'You have to understand that she is connected to royalty so there are security issues here. The final figure might even be much higher.’
'We're talking about two or three first-class round-trip airline tickets from London, plus five-star hotel accommodation while she's here. If you email me all the details about your event we will forward them to her.’
Meanwhile when told about the US Company’s claims, an official spokesman for Prince William’s sister-in-law Pippa, said they would carry out an immediate investigation into the matter.
It was emphatic: 'This Company does not represent my client and has no authority to make these claims about her on its website. We will be contacting them about this issue.'
Source: M & C
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