Today marked the UK launch of Pippa Middleton‘s book, Celebrate: A Year Of Festivities For Families And Friends. Though she is not speaking to the press to promote the party planning tome, Middleton did attend a few events today (October 25th) to drum up publicity.
Middleton went through at least four costume changes today, according to our friends at Pippa Middleton. For her signing at Foyles (not pictured), she-with-the-superb-bottom wore Paper London.
At Daunt Books (the first of threeengagements at the Chelsea spot), Middleton wore a plum Roksanda Ilincic dress with a side zipper and cowl neck. The Duchess of Cambridge is also a fan of the designer, having worn a lilac dress twice already.
Middleton’s gorgeous earrings, the crescent earrings with agate beads and crystal drops, the barbara earrings with pale green agate on gold plated wire and oval drop earrings with bead cluster – were made by London jewelry Johanna Simonds
At a children’s Halloween party, Middleton then changed into Markus Lupfer‘s brocade bodice dress ($448.55 on Asos). There, the author sat with children while they made decorations and talked royalty. One little girl in particular told Middleton, “I hate princesses.”
“Better not talk about that one!” Middleton said with a laugh, according to footage obtained by ITV News. The kids did, however, love vampires.
For the private launch party – again held at Daunt – Middleton posed for photos in Stella McCartney’s mixed-fabric sheath dress before heading inside to join her family. It has been reported that the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge did not attend the launch party.
Celebrate launches in the US October 30th. Pre-order your copy here.