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Pippa Middleton 'False Bottom' Worn at Wedding? That's the Buzz

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By Alexandra Ward   |   Friday, 02 May 2014 09:12 AM

Pippa Middleton, the Duchess of Cambridge's sister, created a media spectacle at the royal wedding three years ago thanks to her tight white bridesmaids dress and now experts are saying they're convinced the 30-year-old wore a "false bottom."

Stephane Bern, a Knight of the Order of Grimaldo in Monaco and an etiquette expert, discussed Middleton's derriere on his French Channel 2 talk show this week.

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"Of course she had a false bottom," Bern said. "I repeat it: She had a false bottom. You take her away from that and she has normal buttocks . . . It was an optical illusion; she knew there were a billion people watching. It was the moment to show it."

Middleton's now-iconic Sarah Burton for Alexander McQueen dress showed off her curves and perhaps even fit "a little too well," by her own admission.

"As I have found out, recognition has its upside, its downside and – you may say – its backside," Middleton said in February at a Women in Advertising and Communications dinner. "In retrospect, it fitted a little too well."

Middleton's backside was also the subject of a 2011 TLC documentary called "Crazy About Pippa."

"I'm not convinced that it's completely natural," London spa owner Lesley Reynolds Kahn said of her appearance. "Because I think, if you look at other photos of her and you see her in jeans, she's got quite a flat bottom. I think possibly for the day, for that gorgeous dress, she may have had some sort of pants that gave her a little bit of a lift, or even a little bit of padding."

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