Nancy Dell'Olio Slams Kate Middleton's Style & Calls Pippa 'Average'

Nancy Dell'Olio Slams Kate Middleton's Style & Calls Pippa 'Average'
Nancy Dell'Olio Slams Kate Middleton's Style & Calls Pippa 'Average'

Nancy Dell'Olio fancies herself a bit, and now the former Strictly Come Dancing has sharpened her claws for none other than Kate Middleton and her sister Pippa.

The Italian was made famous for her relationship to the UK's national coach Sven Goran Eriksson, with her crazy, and revealing outfits - but confident Nancy insists that she's mastered her style whereas the Duchess of Cambridge has a lot of work to do.

In an interview with The Daily Mail Nancy stated that the future Queen was beautiful but did not dress her age and was unimpressed by her Roland Mouret frock and Jimmy Choo heels earlier this week, she said: "She is only 30; she doesn’t have to dress like the Queen yet. Her look is often the same — the fitted suit and the nude heels. She is still so young. She could have more fun."

The outspoken lawyer then turned her attention to Kate's younger sister Pippa, who caused quite a stir at the royal wedding, but Nancy remains unconvinced.

"There is nothing she has worn since the royal wedding last year that has caught my attention," she then continued. "Is perhaps a little bit naughty of me, but in Italy the word “pippa” can be used to describe something average, mediocre."

During her interview, in which she also touched on Kate Moss and the Prime Minister's wife Samantha Cameron, Nancy said she didn't want to be mean. "I am not wanting to be nasty. Women should be nice to other women. But they must understand their appearance sends a message."

What do you think of Kate's style and is her sister Pippa 'average'?

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