She's red carpet royalty: Pippa Middleton puts Karl Lagerfeld's cruel comments behind her, stepping out in monochrome dress at film premiere
02:13 GMT, 14 August 2012
Karl Lagerfeld didn't mince his words when he declared he didn't like her face.
But Pippa Middleton has ignored the Chanel designer's cruel comments to attend a film premiere in London last night.
The Duchess of Cambridge's sister stepped out confidently at a screening for Shadow Dancer at Cineworld Haymarket.
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Monochrome maiden: Pippa Middleton attended the UK premiere for Shadow Dancer at Cineworld, Haymarket, last night in a black and white ensemble
Pippa, 28, attended the event in a monochrome dress and a pair of strappy black heels.
Her outfit consisted of a tight strapless black dress which boasted a white lace panel around her shoulders.
Miss Middleton also showed off a dark tan and had her brown locks tumbling around her shoulders.
Polished: Pippa walked the red carpet at the premiere on her own but shared it with some of the film's stars
Pippa, who walked the red carpet solo, joined the star of the film including Clive Owen at the premiere.
The writer of the original novel and the screenplay Tom Bradby and actress Rosamund Pike also attended the screening.
Set in Belfast in 1990. the film tells the story of an member of the IRA who turns to help MI5 in order to protect his family.
Rubbing shoulders with the celebs: Pippa attended the premiere alongside the star of the film Clive Owen
Leggy lady: Actress Rosamund Pike also attended the screening
While Pippa attended the premiere
tonight, last night her sister Kate was busy performing her royal duties
supporting Prince Harry at the closing ceremony of the London 2012
It wasn't clear why The Queen, Prince Charles or Kate's husband Prince William failed to attend the event.
Last month Karl Lagerfeld blasted Pippa but had high praise for her sister.
Big moment: Writer Tom Bradby and his wife Claudia beamed as they made their way into the cinema
He said: 'Kate Middleton has a nice silhouette and she is the right girl for that boy.'
'I like that kind of woman, I like romantic beauties.
'On the other hand, her sister struggles,' he continued.
'I don't like the sister's face. She should only show her back.'