Boris Johnson has said that he is "very nervous" about playing Pippa Middleton at ping-pong after she challenged him to a match.
Boris Johnson has said 'I'm game if she is' after Pippa Middleton issued a table tennis challenge saying; 'bring it on, Boris.'
Pippa Middleton’s writing career has got off to a slow start after her debut book failed to make Amazon's top 100 best-seller list.
The Duke of Cambridge attended the wedding of his close friend James Meade to Lady Laura Marsham without his wife or son today.
However, Prince Harry and Pippa Middleton were among the guests at the wedding in Gayton, Norfolk.
They were taken by tractor trailer to the church ahead of the bride, who walked from the neighbouring country home of her father, Julian Marsham, the 8th Earl of Romney, who was at her side.
But she has written in The Spectator: "Team Johnson insisted that the match should be held at a venue of their choosing.
"I said by all means. And then — nothing.
"The Spectator has tried to follow up, but now it’s radio silence from the Mayor’s office. Is Boris scared or what? He should be."
Pippa Middleton has revealed how she was left embarrassed at Wimbledon after her father mistakenly cheered on Pete Sampras instead of British hopeful Tim Henman.
Writing for magazine Vanity Fair, she said: "When Tim Henman walked on to the court, the crowd cheered him, and as he walked near our seats my dad mistakenly yelled 'Come on Pete'."
Ms Middleton also recalled queuing for the Championships with her older sister, the Duchess of Cambridge, on People's Sunday in 2004 to get £35 Centre Court tickets.
Pippa and James Middleton are watching the tennis at Wimbledon from in the Royal Box on Centre Court during day one of competition.
@frasernelson I’m game if she is. Happy for Pippa to join me on a visit and see the benefits of our £22m Sports Legacy Fund in action
The Mayor of London has accepted Pippa Middleton's challenge to a game of table tennis to crown the "whiff-whaff king."
Pippa Middleton said she was "delighted" to become a columnist for Waitrose's monthly magazine.
The Duchess of Cambridge's sister will pen a column called Pippa's Friday Night Feasts which will feature "casual dining ideas and recipes".
The first column will appear in the April edition, with Pippa featuring on the front cover.
Miss Middleton said: "I'm delighted to be writing for Waitrose Kitchen, a magazine that's always been a source of inspiration to me, for its extensive spectrum of food and beautiful style.
"My column, 'Pippa's Friday Night Feasts' will be an exciting opportunity to share my own passion and enthusiasm for food and entertaining and I can't wait to get started."
Writing in the Spectator, she said:
"I have been much teased for my book, Celebrate. Lots of journalists are saying that my advice is glaringly obvious… It’s all good fun, I know, and I realise that authors ought to take criticism on the chin.
"But in my defence, let me say this: Celebrate is meant to be a guide to party planning and, as such, it has to cover the basics. If I were to write a cookery book, for instance, I would be compelled to say that, to make an omelette, you have to break at least one egg."
Both Prince William and Pippa Middleton smiled and appeared relaxed as they left the hospital where the Duchess of Cambridge is being treated this evening.
It is the third day she has spent in hospital after being admitted for a severe form of morning sickness.