PUBLISHED: 17:48, Mon, Jan 4, 2021 | UPDATED: 17:48, Mon, Jan 4, 2021
Pippa dazzled huge TV audiences across the globe in her role as the Duchess of Cambridge's Maid of Honour during the spectacular royal ceremony in 2011. Such was the impact of her appearance, the public instantly took her to their hearts and became obsessed with Kate's sibling and the intricacies of her life. Although Pippa has remained largely out of the spotlight since, she has used her profile to help charities raise millions of pounds, through her own fundraising work and ambassadorial roles.
Yet, she did reveal how difficult life had become following the royal wedding, particularly her newfound fame.
Pippa said: "There is a lot of the pressure I get in London, just in my day-to-day routine. Occasionally I might get followed by paparazzi and that has been a bit difficult.
"It's getting used to, sort of, not being entirely private and feeling that wherever I go, that maybe someone will spot me, and for good or bad it just means that I don't entirely get to relax."Insurance Loans Mortgage Attorney Credit Lawyer
Speaking to TODAY's Matt Lauer six years ago, Pippa discussed the "unexpected" way the public had taken to her, and particularly their love of the dress she wore to Kate's wedding.
Pippa Middleton 'unable to relax' after 'unexpected' aftermath following Kate's wedding (Image: GETTY)
Pippa Middleton became a household name after the wedding (Image: GETTY)
She confessed the plan "was not really for it to be a significant dress" as it was "really meant to blend in" with Kate's train.
Asked whether she found the attention "embarrassing", Pippa claimed it was because the dress was "meant to be insignificant".
The praise Pippa won was not all universal, however, as an angry host tore apart her appearance during a CNN broadcast in 2014.
Pippa caused outrage in the US after she admitted that her dress "fitted a little too well".
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Pippa Middleton with Kate on her wedding day (Image: GETTY)