Pippa Middleton's bottom is still the subject of scrutiny. She looked so good at her sister Kate's Royal Wedding that denizens of the globe are still speculating: Is Pippa's bottom real? The controversy rose to the surface yet again when Pippa made a trip to France. She was visiting a vineyard in Bordeaux, which makes sense given her passion for food and entertaining and, you know, her job writing about it.
Stephane Bern, a Knight of the Order of Monaco and a self-professed "etiquette expert," used Pippa's visit to bring her fine derriere into the sun once more. His take on the subject? Pippa's behind definitely had enhancing on that fateful walk down the aisle. Call me crazy, but if you're an etiquette expert -- why are you talking about butts, real, fake, royal, and otherwise, on a television talk show? That seems tres outre, if you ask me.
Bern theorizes that Pippa knew it was "her time to shine," and she chose to do so by wearing something that gave her a little lift, padding, or just shape in general. He's not the first person to say so. He won't be the last. It's almost like people refuse to believe that Pippa's white Alexander McQueen number could have ever looked so good upon her person.
Frankly, I think it's a little insulting! While Pippa keeps a good sense of humor about it, how would you feel if your ticket to fame was the shape of the junk thou mother hast given thee? I'd hate to be this girl but(t) -- while her butt looked great in the dress, it certainly didn't look padded. I've stared at maybe more photos than is natural and normal for a person to stare at and came to the conclusion that she did not accentuate her cheeks. Even if she did, it's definitely time people gave it rest, don't you think?
Do you think people will ever stop talking about Pippa's backside?
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