It looks like Britain's most eligible bachelorette has decided to make New York her dating playground. Pippa Middleton arrived in New York this weekend, and she's already got the rumor mill buzzing with news of not one but two flings. Get it, girl.
"Page Six" reports that the Duchess of Cambridge's sister spent Sunday in Shelter Island at Andre Balazs' hotel Sunset Beach with the hotelier and there was "definite chemistry between the pair." In typical "Page Six" style, a spying source also revealed that the two ate dinner together that night. “Pippa was wearing red jeans and a white top. She was dressed sexy, but not too sexy,” the source said.
The term "flirt central" was also used to describe the pair's rapport, so who knows? Maybe Pips and the 55-year-old might be a couple someday. Balazs is kind of a charmer after all -- he famously dated Uma Thurman and most recently was in a relationship with Chelsea Handler that ended last spring.
Pippa, on the other hand, has been noticeably single ever since breaking up with her on-again, off-again boyfriend Alex Loudon last November (the concerned public even took pity on her when she attended a wedding stag recently). While Pippa's New York trip was most likely to promote the 28-year-old's new book on entertaining, we can't help but feel like her pairing with the hotelier might be a match made in heaven despite the age difference -- they both have a vested interest in hospitality, right?
But don't get too attached to that idea, because Pippa was also seen flirting with former New York Ranger Sean Avery, according to the New York Daily News. Smart move playing the field, Pippa.
Do you think Ms. Middleton is dating any of the aforementioned beaus? And does this mean that maybe, just maybe, she'll be attending New York Fashion Week?
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