Pippa Middleton Is Studying Nutrition, Wants To Feed Royals Organic Food
Pippa Middleton doesn't want to just be known as Kate's train-holding little sister. She's already a columnist with Waitrose Kitchen, contributing editor for Vanity Fair, and a party-planning rock star. Now, she wants to become a nutrition writer.
The famously fit 31-year-old is already halfway through a course at the New York-based Institute for Integrative Nutrition, according to the Daily Mail, "inspiralized" by food blogger Ella Woodward (aka Deliciously Ella). Apparently, Pippa is already developing a menu of organic, plant-based baby food for her new niece, Princess Charlotte.
"Under the tutelage of Pippa, Kate has become a health freak," a source told the Daily Mail. "The Middletons are a very healthy family and they hate to outsource help or advice, so Pippa thought: Why not become a nutritionist?"
"Kate and Pippa both agree that even the organic brands of baby foods aren’t healthy enough," the source continued. "It is so easy to blend up at home."
Nothing better than unnamed sources for stories about the royal family, huh?
Still, we're excited to (hopefully) see Pippa's balanced smoothie and spiralized vegetable recipes on the pages of a glossy magazine or maybe, eventually, her very own cookbook. Title suggestion: "Heir-loom"?