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Pippa Diana Pippa Middleton topless. James Middleton nude. Whats next?Is Pippa Middleton set to become the new Diana ? Think about it.  While Kate may have have married the heir to the throne it seems that Pippa is the woman being hounded by the paparazzi.

And now topless photos of Pippa have surfaced.  Topless photos that were taken way back in 2006 of Pippa rinsing her biking top by a pool in Ibiza. Shots have also been published of Kate and Pippa’s brother James in the nude at a party. While the media is trying to be respectful of Kate, is it Pippa and James who are going to bear the brunt of papparazzi intrusion?

With  headlines  such as  “Is Pippa the most eligible woman in the world?” and  “Pippa goes global” and even a Facebook group called the “Pippa Middleton Ass Appreciation Society” will her life be able to return to the relative anonymity she enjoyed before The Wedding?

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The royal family are doing everything in their power to get the topless photos of Pippa taken off the internet. But will they be able to control the rumours and the gossip surrounding Pippa ? and will they be able to stop the paparazzi from photographing her every move ?

Certainly Clarence House will not be handling the flow of pictures and headlines saying “Pippa Middleton is a private individual. Why should her life change? She is obviously the Duchess of Cambridge’s sister, but she is not represented by Clarence House. She has no press contact here. The Duchess of Cornwall has a sister, too, and she is not represented here. Why would she be?”

Do you think Pippa will be able to handle the curse of the Paparazzi?  Is she entitled to a life of anonymity even though her brother-in-law is heir to the throne of England?

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Pippa Middleton dives into the water in Ibiza in previously unseen pictures

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