The sister-in-law of England's future king, is under fire this week for a series of photos released by British tabloid "The Sun."
The pictures show Pippa Middleton riding through Paris next to a man who appears to be waving a pistol, and in one image, even points it at the photographer.
According to ABC News, the gun was fake and no complaints have been filed with French police. But for followers of the Royal Family, the silence from Buckingham Palace has been deafening.
Royal biographer Mark Saunders talks with Kate Bolduan, saying that though the move was ill-advised, it's hard to have the same expectations for Pippa since she is not royalty.