Ever since the royal wedding was conducted, the media have been trawling for Pippa Middleton’s past for saucy photographs. But is this all harmless, or a profile-boosting fun or there’s something that’s at work we don’t know about? There’s a long confusion and agony for the observers of Aunt Mariella Frostrup and Marie O’Riordan, who happen to be the former editor of Marie Claire.
As you all know, Pippa Middleton was accused of making use of a falsie to give her the rear of the year over sister Kate’s wedding to Prince William.
One of the leading French Royal watchers, Stephane Bern also claimed Pippa “had a false bottom” which gave her that look.
Another person also is the highly-respected and influential Mr. Bern, who also claimed The Duchess of Cambridge’s 30-year-old sister‘s trip to the vineyards of Bordeaux.
But know that Pippa won global praise for her white figure-hugging dress, and she did this as a maid of honor at the Westminster Abbey wedding on the 29 days of April 2011.
It is very interesting to see the usage of various headlines on the Daily Mail today just to solve the problem of how to optimize for the high-volume search term “Pippa Middleton’s bum”.
According to Mr. Bern, who’s a personal friend of royalty all over Europe, commented on his program on national France via 2channelsl on Monday.
Pippa, who happens to be a food columnist for Waitrose Kitchen magazine, then traveled to southwest France just to visit the Médoc wine vineyards.
According to a female wine producer, Pippa loves my wine, and it’s great that she has come to visit the place where the best wine in France is produced.”
Pippa toured a series of country houses and some of their vineyards close to Bordeaux.
But for the appearance of her bum on web media, the website guys have one version of such headline in their HTML title (this is what Google shows in their web results) and their news sitemap, which includes “Pippa Middleton bum” at the front:
“The Pippa Middleton bum: It shows that motorists paid a price for bum comments to their girlfriends”. Here’s also the URL they made use of: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-1386280/Pippa-Middleton-bum-Motorist-paid-price-bum-comments-girlfriend.html
However, one of the headline versions on their webpage just says “Is Pippa’s bum still better than mine?” and another one says, “How motorists with Middleton envy paid the price for comments to their girlfriend”.
Below is what their story looks like in Google.
And here’s how it looks when you get to the Mail.
I will say that this is Cheeky. Note that they haven’t gone as far as optimizing the search for Pippa’s underwear yet, which they need to do more of that as the caption on their last picture says “write caption here”.
There’s an update: These website guys have removed the word bum! Here’s a new screenshot:
I will say that it’s quite unfortunate how the media can tarnish someone’s image just to gain popularity.