Pippa Middleton Accepts Roger Federer Invite, Creates Quite the Stir at US Open
The 2012 US Open became a great deal more glamorous recently when Pippa Middleton showed up.
For once, the action on the court took a big backseat to the stir that took place in the stands as the younger sister of Duchess Kate Middleton stopped by the US Open as a guest of star tennis player Roger Federer.
The Daily Mail has us covered on a report of the 28-year-old descending upon Flushing Meadows, dressed in a form-fitting dress.
Enjoy the pictures from the greatest celeb sighting of the day.
Here is more Pippa Middleton taking in the action, via a TwitPic from Sports Illustrated's Bryan Armen Graham.
The 28-year-old is quite the tennis fan, so it makes sense that she would stop by the US Open during what is a prerequisite tour of America prior to the release of her new book.
The report issues Middleton was in town for meetings over, "Celebrate: A Year of Festivities for Families and Friends," which is out on October 30.
The man you see sitting next to her is apparently Spencer Vegosen, labeled as a Harvard graduate and something of a tennis player himself. We will go ahead and include him as an avid user of hair gel as well.
The report also issues the famed socialite was spotted, "at the Electric Room at Dream Downtown in the Meatpacking district with former New York Ranger Sean Avery."
The NY Daily News reports her time with Avery was nothing like the time Prince Harry recently had in Las Vegas. A source told the paper she was only out with Milk Studios owner Mazdack Rassi for a short amount of time.
Unfortunately for the Middleton fans in the world, there will not be any nude photos of Pippa like they were for the red-headed Prince.
The Daily Mail goes on to say Middleton may be around for fashion week which kicks off this week. The work of the beautiful social elite never ends.
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