‘Royal Hotness’: Foxy Pippa Middleton Attends Wedding without BF Nico Jackson [PHOTOS]


Pippa Middleton looked anything but glam as she went off to Scotland to attend the wedding of her friends Edmund Salvesen and Abi Elphinstone, the granddaughter of a baronet. However, Kate Middleton's lil sis was missing her best accessory--her new man, Nico Jackson.

The royal sister stole the show as she channeled The Great Gatsby in a 20s-inspired outfit. She wore a floor-length patterned purple dress with a split to above the knee, just enough to flaunt her tanned and toned legs, while carrying a purple clutch bag which matches her high heels. The form-fitting silk dress perfectly complemented her figure, as it showed off her biggest asset-her ass.

The brunette beauty even paired her outfit with accessories befitting a woman of high society and glamour, topping her ensemble with a fur stole and a Gina Foster cocktail hat.

It must have been hard for Pippa to find new outfits to every society wedding she attends, as she apparently been seen wearing the same stole at the wedding of friend Emma Logue in Northern Ireland.

Though she attended the wedding without boyfriend Nico by her side, Pippa was all smiles as she walked to the church in Aberdeenshire. The 29-year-old party planner turned lifestyle author turned food columnist was instead in attendance with George Percy, son of the duke of Northumberland and a rumored lover in the past.

Do we smell a new romance here? Apparently, the pair was reported to have lived together during the time they were studying at Edinburgh University.

Now we wonder why Nico isn't by her side.

The couple has been dating since they met at a ski trip earlier this year, and they confirmed their relationship with a kiss in the slopes of St. Moritz. However, rumors of Pippa being 'in hot water' with her new beau have sparked after her alleged flirty texts to Prince Harry. Is this the reason why she's not with him?

Well, poor Nico, not seeing her lady looking all glammed up for the occasion.

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