Pippa Middleton has now become a celebrity by her own right. Instead of leaning on the image of her sister Kate, the Duchess of Cambridge, Pippa is now a best-selling author by virtue of her book ‘Celebrate’ on party planning.
The Hatchards book store are said to be selling nearly 40 copies of the book every day – this is an ‘enormous number’ for a single shop.
This has been reported in telegraph.co.uk of dated 18th of November 2012.
It seems her books are literally flying off the bookshelves of upmarket book shops, including Foyles, Hatchards and Daunt stores in exclusive areas of London.
Other shops in Reading which is close to her family home in Bucklebury, Berks, have recorded particularly good sales as friends and neighbors have extended their tacit support to boost Pippa’s image.
The book, written especially for very particular set of hosts, has been the number one bestseller in Foyles and Hatchards bookshops in London, where hundreds of signed copies have already been snapped up.
The book had a high-profile launch and the residents of West London have rushed to get their copies before stocks run out.
Waterstones shops in Kings Road, Chelsea, and South Kensington are also reporting it as a top seller following the high-profile launch.
The financiers and executives of Canary Wharf also appear to yearn after hosting tips from Miss Middleton, with publishers Penguin claiming it has sold well in the Jubilee Place branch of Waterstones.
As the saying goes – what is worth doing is worth doing well - and Pippa Middleton has proved it quite convincingly.
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