PIPPA Middleton, the sister of the Duchess of Cambridge Kate Middleton, rose to prominence thanks to her perfectly pert posterior.
Since then many photographers have repeatedly asked her to take as much as she can off.
Well, now they have their wish because her debut book called 'Celebrate: A Year of Festivities for Family and Friends' has had 75% taken off to try and reverse catastrophic sales.
The 29-year-old Pippa Middleton's bottom line was to become a best selling writer but in the UK booksellers have slashed the price of the book by up to 75% in an attempt to sell enough copies to make some money from the much-hyped book in time for Christmas.
High street stationery giants WHSmith are now selling the book for £6.25, even though its original cost was £25.
Pippa Middleton was rumoured to have been given an advance of £400,000 for the book by publishers Penguin but the guide - featuring tips on chilling drinks and making tea - has been blasted by critics and is currently languishing at 353 in online retailer Amazon's bestselling chart.
Novelist Jilly Cooper recently described the book as 'terrible' and claimed bosses at Penguin were 'slitting their wrists'.
She said: “The sales have been dreadful, and I hear that the people at Penguin are virtually slitting their wrists over it. To think of all the money they spent on it, too.”