Bum in the butter!


She's in the running for a Rear of the Year Award, fans have earmarked 9 September as the Pippa Ass Appreciation Day and an adult film producer has offered her more than R30 mill-ion to appear in a small scene in a film.

Seems the world has gone Pippa crazy. Since stepping out of the car on 29 April, cutting a fine figure in her Alexander

McQueen maid-of-honour gown, Phillipa “Pippa” Middleton has became an international celebrity and people just can’t get enough.

Now that Kate has settled into domesticity withPrince William and will mostly be left alone for the next two years Pippa is the Middleton daughter whose name is on everyone’s lips.

The 27-year-old has inspired several fan sites and there are more than 20 Facebook pages about her (mostly devoted to her behind).

A video called Pippa Middleton Shake Ya Ass has been viewed more than half a million times on YouTube and stores are clamouring to dress her or brag when she’s pictured wearing their clothes.

“We’re all crushing like crazy on a girl who should be more widely known as P-Middy,” UK magazine Grazia recently gushed about the middle Middleton.

“It’s all about Pippa. Pippa’s smile! Pippa’s style! Pippa’s understated but unmistakeable swagger! Her flirty demeanour, her mischievous edge! And, oh, that outstanding, spectacular, crowd-pleasing, mesmerising ass!”

This could be the start of great things for Pippa, celeb watchers say.

Her Royal Hotness, as the brunette beauty has also been nicknamed, could have her pick of any man and choose practically any job she wants now she’s in such demand.

“Pippa is the luckiest one of all,” says Plum Sykes, author of Bergdorf Blondes, a book about wealthy New York women.

“She gets all the right sort of attention from men, fashion designers, hostesses and things and doesn’t have any of the duties. She’s become a princess without the bad bits.”

Pippa and Kate, who are said to be very close, have many things in common. Both attended Marlborough College in Wiltshire, were sporty and competitive and are fiercely loyal to each other.

But Pippa was always far more social than Kate, a schoolfriend says.

“It was always Pippa who was talked about. She’s more light-hearted and up for a party, whereas Kate was more reserved and doesn’t like to drink that much. Pippa was never short of male attention either, much more so than Kate.”

There are plenty of pictures to prove it – in some Pippa is in fancy dress, in others surrounded by several booze bottles and in one she’s wearing a dress made of toilet paper. All of which has endeared her to the impressive male following she’s amassed since the wedding.

Friends say the attention is worrying her banker boyfriend, Alex Loudon (30). There are rumours they’re engaged but they wanted to keep it quiet so as not to steal Kate’s limelight before her wedding.

There’s still no word about another Middleton marriage being on the cards.

Pippa has a mental checklist of all the attributes her perfect man must have, a friend says. “He must have a title or at least be in line for one.

“He must have a house in [the upmarket London boroughs of] Kensington or Notting Hill and an estate in the sticks. And of course he must be good-looking.”

Perfect Pippa, as she was called in her student days, had many such types around her at Edinburgh University in Scotland where she studied English literature.

But she chose dark-haired Alex, the son of a former high sheriff of Kent who’s wealthy in his own right.

Pals say Alex, a former cricketer and friend of Prince William, is hoping his girlfriend’s newfound fame won’t lead to her getting itchy feet.

After all Pippa has now been called the most eligible girl in the world and as far back as 2008 was named No 1 Society Singleton by Tatler magazine.

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