Pippa Middleton continues to work as a ‘freelancer’ by contributing to various magazines about topics which she really has no experience. In her latest piece for The Telegraph, she discusses a travel piece for Austria.
During the article, she uses an excessive amount of adjectives, and the whole thing reads like she tried her best to make it sound professional – and thereby used the thesaurus far too liberally in doing so. She discusses ski courses, biking courses, the budgetary requirements about staying in Kitzbuhel, Austria, the food, the men, the parties, and the general locale.
Now, it would be fine if she just gave a description of the city and its various attractions – after all, that was no doubt what she was paid an astronomical fee to do. But of course, she also injects her own personal experiences into the review, and it basically turns into a massive monologue about her own worldliness. Like, she totally travels often, you guys! She went there with Austrian friends! She had Austrian food, and she totally knows how everything tastes now! She didn’t ask for royal treatment, even though the whole reason she went is probably because her entire trip was covered – in some way, shape or form – by the Telegraph.
It seems like the more the public turns their back on Pippa, the more she’s courted by the tabloids. Of course, The Telegraph has to think about its ratings before anything else, and Pippa still seems to incite a curious obsession in many royal-obsessed citizens.
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