It's so obvious — Pippa Middleton was born to be a princess

Jul 5, 2016 at 11:24 p.m. ET
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Pippa Middleton might not have been the Middleton sister who married into royalty, but you couldn’t tell it by her Wimbledon style. Middleton, the younger sister of Duchess Kate, who is married to Prince William, showed up in a stunning '60s-inspired dress to take in some tennis.

Middleton had attended earlier matches with her brother, James, but decided to show up to see the July 4 matches all by herself. And it’s a good thing she did — all eyes were on her anyway.

She showed up in her blue and orange striped Tabitha Webb Edie dress complete with a high neckline and pleated skirt. Middleton also kept all eyes on her dress by keeping her accessories to a minimum, wearing just her watch and some sunglasses. It was a simple outfit that blew everyone away.

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Her entire outfit and demeanor made it seem like she was born to be in a royal family. Middleton just exudes grace, elegance and class, something that must run in the family, because her sister definitely has the same traits. It’s no wonder Prince William fell in love.

Despite not being royalty herself, I would argue that Middleton would make a great princess. She’s already a fashion queen. With her glowing skin, gorgeous high cheekbones and infectious smile, I’m sure designers all over Europe beg to have her wear one of their designs.

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When her sister first entered the royal family, I thought that Middleton might experience the worst kind of jealousy, but it seems like she got the better end of the deal. If I were given the opportunity, I’d probably give up the royal title for Middleton’s position as a beautiful, stylish woman who looks like a princess anyway.

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