PIPPA MIDDLETON sparked a fiery row on CNN after she admitted the dress she wore to Prince William and Kate’s royal wedding “fit a little too well”.
CNN news anchors debated Pippa’s comments in a 2014 video, which discussed her attire for Kate’s wedding to Prince William in 2011. But one host was angry that people were annoyed at Pippa’s comment, describing it as “innocuous”. Speaking on the show, the male host explained: “It’s a shocking admission from Pippa Middleton, you know the dress she wore to her sister’s wedding in 2011.
“The one that had people say – ‘wait a second, who are we really supposed to be looking at today?’
“Well now Pippa is saying that that dress ‘fit a little too well’.”
His co-anchor explained the dress was made by Alexander McQueen, before the man replied he “didn’t care who made it”.
But his female colleague then snapped back: “Why is everybody so whacked out? And saying it fit too well? It seems so innocuous that comment.
Pippa Middleton row: How Kate’s sister sparked fiery debate with ‘royal snub’ (Image: GETTY)
Kate Middleton: Duchess with Pippa at Wimbledon (Image: GETTY)
“She was stunning yes, she upstaged the bride. Ok!”
The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge’s wedding was witnessed by millions of people across the globe and Pippa became one of its star attractions due to her beautiful dress.
She was also in charge of all the flower girls and page boys, making her appearance at the ceremony even more adorable.
But people on the YouTube comments section of the CNN video were split over the argument.
Royal wedding: Pippa Middleton and Kate, the Duchess of Cambridge (Image: GETTY)
One wrote: “She looked great but ‘upstaged the bride’?
“I don’t think I’ve ever seen a more beautiful or elegant bride than Kate.”
Another added: “Pippa looked gorgeous. No need to apologise.”
In April, the Cambridges celebrated their ninth wedding anniversary.
Kate Middleton: Duchess with Prince William (Image: GETTY)
Since their union, the couple have gone on to have three children – Prince George, Princess Charlotte and Prince Louis.
Throughout the Commonwealth street parties and events were held to coincide with the union, including more than 5,000 street parties in the UK.
It is predicted that on the day of their wedding – April 29, 2011 – more than one million people lined the route between Westminster Abbey and Buckingham Palace.
TV audiences in the UK peaked at 26.3 million watching the wedding, with around 37 million watching some form of the coverage.
Source: EXPRESS CO UK