Does royal in-law Pippa Middleton have a new job?

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A serious eye for style runs in the family for the Middletons. High street shoppers and glossy magazines are not the only ones taking notice.

Fashion mogul, 64-year old Tommy Hilfiger, is reportedly very keen to have Pippa Middleton become the face of his brand.

Having spoken in the past about his desire to dress Duchess Kate herself, the designer appears to have his sights set on the whole brood.

Speaking to Hello! magazine, Tommy himself admitted that he’s already sent her some summer pieces that he hopes she wears.

While Pippa hasn’t worn any of his pieces just yet, the designer has said “she’s a candidate for Tommy Hilfiger”.

Not surprising seeing as Pippa’s personal style is decidedly preppy chic. And that's exactly the kind of look that the Tommy Hilfiger brand favours. Indeed, he has said the pieces he sent her were “the preppy casual summer dresses”.

Not too long ago the party planner paired up with Tabitha Webb for a collection to support the British Heart Foundation.

So she’s no stranger to the world of fashion, and Tommy has previously said how much he admires Pippa’s style and noted that “she’s not as under the microscope”…. meaning she has more freedom to choose what she wears in comparison to sister Kate.

The 31-year old could even end up working with one of her sporting heroes. It’s well known that Pippa is a tennis fan and considering Rafael Nadal has just been become the face of the brand’s forthcoming scent.

The tennis champion is understandably excited about his new gig saying he’s “always admired Tommy Hilfiger’s cool, all-American designs”.

If tennis-lover Pippa does work with the brand it won’t just be her sporting idol she ends up working alongside, Kenall Jenner who walked in the designer’s recent fashion show.

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