Pippa Middleton Net Worth 2023

Philippa Charlotte Matthews is an English socialite, author and columnist. She is the younger sister of Catherine, Princess of Wales. Born in Reading and raised in Bucklebury, Berkshire, Middleton attended Marlborough College before graduating with a degree in English literature from the University of Edinburgh.

Pippa Middleton Net Worth 2023
Pippa Middleton Net Worth 2023

Pippa Middleton Net Worth 2023

Net Worth: $50 Million
Date of Birth: Sep 6, 1983 (39 years old)
Gender: Female
Height: 5 ft 8 in (1.75 m)
Nationality: England

Early Life

Pippa Middleton was born Philippa Charlotte Middleton on September 6, 1983, in Reading, Berkshire, England. Her mother, Carole, is a former flight attendant, and her father, Michael, formerly worked as a flight dispatcher for British Airways. Pippa grew up in Reading and Bucklebury, Berkshire, with older sister Catherine and younger brother James, and she attended St Andrew’s School and Downe House School. She then attended Marlborough College on a sports/all-rounder scholarship and later earned an English literature degree from the University of Edinburgh.

Personal Life

Pippa dated hedge fund employee Nico Jackson from 2012 to 2015, then began a relationship with hedge fund manager James Matthews, who was previously a professional racing driver. The couple became engaged in July 2016, and they married on May 20, 2017. Middleton and Matthews welcomed son Arthur on October 15, 2018, and daughter Grace on March 15, 2021. James is the son of the Laird of Glen Affric, a 10,000-acre Scottish estate; when Matthews inherits the lairdship, Middleton will become known as Lady Glen Affric. In September 2016, a hacker claimed that he had gained access to 3,000 images from Pippa’s iCloud account. He contacted “The Sun” and demanded “a minimum of £50,000” for Middleton’s photos, and the newspaper alerted Pippa, who then contacted the police. The hacker, who called himself “Crafty Cockney,” was arrested later that month.

Education

Talking about her education, Pippa first attended St Andrew’s School, a private boarding school in Pangbourne, and Downe House School, a girls’ day and boarding school in Cold Ash. Additionally, she was a boarder at Marlborough College, where she held a sports/all-rounder scholarship. Eventually, Pippa graduated from the University of Edinburgh with an English literature degree.

Philanthropy

Middleton was named an ambassador to Berkshire’s Mary Hare School for deaf children in 2013, and the following year, she became a British Heart Foundation ambassador. She participated in the Race Across America and Bosphorus Cross-Continental Swimming Race for the British Heart Foundation, and her bicycle was auctioned off to raise money for the organization. In 2015, Pippa attended the charity’s Roll out the Red Ball event and auctioned off an L.K.Bennett dress she owned, and in 2016, she published the cookbook “Heartfelt,” donating the proceeds to the British Heart Foundation. In 2015, she took part in a swim-run competition for the Michael Matthews Foundation, which was launched in honor of her future husband’s brother, who tragically perished in 1999 while attempting to become the youngest Brit to climb Mount Everest.

Controversy

Pippa’s wedding decision sparked some controversies after she planned to enforce the ‘no ring, no bring’ rule in her marriage. This basically states that unless you’re engaged or married to your other half they won’t be invited. Currently, there are no rumors concerning Pippa and her career.

Career

After graduation, Middleton worked at a public relations firm that focused on luxury products, then took an events management job with the London-based company Table Talk. She has also worked for Party Pieces, her parents’ company, editing their magazine “Party Times,” and she was paid a £400,000 advance by Penguin Books for “Celebrate,” a book about party planning. In 2012, “Time” magazine named Pippa one of the world’s 100 most influential people. Middleton has written articles for “The Spectator” magazine and columns for “Waitrose Kitchen,” “Vanity Fair,” and “The Sunday Telegraph.” In May 2013, she set up a company called PXM Enterprises Limited, and she served as the sole director and shareholder. Pippa closed the business, which reportedly managed her “publishing activities,” in September 2017.

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