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Reports have surfaced that Kate Middleton's bachelorette party has already happened. Organized by her younger sister, Pippa, the party apparently went off without a hitch, and without any paparazzi snapshots, just as oh-so responsible Kate wanted it to.
Pippa made reservations at four different London venues to keep everyone guessing, and also threw a Dirty Dancing - themed party at the Middleton family home in Bucklebury. Guests likely included Princess Beatrice, the daughter of Prince Andrew and Sarah, Duchess of York, as well as Kate's good friends like Rose Astor, who is married to Hugh Van Cutsem. (Prince William's bachelor party was reportedly held at the Van Cutsem family country estate.)

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