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Pippa Middleton nails summer chic in Tory Burch dress
Avid tennis fan Pippa Middleton soaked up the sun as she attended the Aegon Tennis Championships at the Queen's Club on Tuesday.
The sister of the Duchess of Cambridge, née Kate Middleton, was in the summer spirit in a white Tory Burch dress with blue flower detailing.
It seems Pippa takes after Kate when it comes to recycling clothes – it was the second time the newpaper columnist had opted for the pretty number, having worn it for a summer-themed photoshoot for Waitrose last year.
This time around, Pippa teamed the dress with a black leather satchel and big sunglasses.
The pretty brunette was showing off her new shorter hairdo. Attending a star-studded bash held at Lord's Cricket Ground last month, Pippa debuted her new style.
She had chopped off her long brunette locks, a trademark for both the Middleton sisters, in favour of a shorter, shoulder-length cut.
To debut the new look , Pippa, 30, opted for a vibrant green Tabitha Webb dress complete with lace detail for the annual Waitrose Summer Party.
Pippa, who writes a column in Waitrose Kitchen, the supermarket's magazine, recently revealed her top fashion tip for Royal Ascot race-goers in a new column for Vanity Fair.
The chic socialite, whose sister was recently named the most stylish British celebrity, has shared her own sartorial advice with readers.
"It is a busy day trying to fit in horse racing, betting, picnics and afternoon tea – oh, and avoiding sinking your heels into the grass," she says.
"I recommend wedged shoes – there's often a lot of walking. Some picnics are really elaborate, with white tablecloths and even real butlers!" Pippa added about the racing meet she attends every year.
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