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Pippa Middleton 'Book Deal' On How To Be The Perfect Party Hostess

Posted at 12:23PM Sunday 30 Oct 2011

It is reported Miss Middleton has had two meetings with publishing executives at HarperCollins and has met with several other publishing houses. There are predictions that she could make more than £1m from royalties and the sale of international rights and spin-off projects.

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