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Pippa Middleton's Royal Wedding Shoes

Not a Sellout: Pippa Middleton Refuses Product Placement For Royal Wedding

It has come to light that Pippa Middleton refused a freebie from Aruna Seth shoes and paid for the pair she wore during the royal wedding. A spokeswoman from the shoe company told the Telegraph, "We offered her a pair as a gift, actually, but there was no way Pippa would not pay." This compares with an unknown freebie-loving celebrity who the spokesperson said demanded 20 free pairs from the retailer.

I don't think most people would demand 20 pairs of shoes, but I think some of you would not say no to free shoes if you were already going to wear them. Would you take this freebie if you were Pippa?

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camillerasmussen camillerasmussen 5 years
Wow 20 free pairs of retailer isn't that too much to ask for Im just saying
isahrangme isahrangme 5 years
yea i'd take them for free! why not? they're still using her name to promote their product, even though she paid. isn't that still product placement kinda?
a1stbornunicorn a1stbornunicorn 5 years
If they were the same shoes you had planned on purchasing and wearing, why not accept them as a gift from a designer you already love and support? It's not like they were offering to pay her.
MelissaBillions MelissaBillions 5 years
NO! First of all, it would depend on if I liked the shoes. Secondly, it's my sister's wedding, not a red carpet event. GOOD JOB, PIPPA! : )
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