• Pippa Middleton reportedly has a net worth of about $1 million
  • She caught global attention when she appeared at Kate Middleton and Prince William's 2011 royal wedding
  • Pippa is married to British racing driver James Matthews, who is said to be worth over $2 billion

Pippa Middleton, Kate Middleton's younger sister, has long been a subject of interest for fans and royal watchers following her eye-catching appearance at Prince William and the Duchess of Cambridge's royal wedding in 2011. Here's how much she is worth in 2021.

The English socialite, who was born Philippa Charlotte Middleton, has an estimated net worth of about $1 million, according to Celebrity Net Worth. Much of her fortune comes from her company, stints as editor and columnist and book deals.

The 37-year-old author graduated from the University of Edinburgh in 2007, where she got a degree in literature. Shortly after, the duchess' sister began working at a London-based event organizing company called Table Talk -- eventually paving her way to becoming a leading socialite in London circles.

She also served as editor of Party Times, the online magazine of her party planner parents Michael and Carole Middleton's company Party Pieces.

Pippa then went viral due to her figure-skimming Alexander McQueen dress at her sister's wedding at Westminster Abbey in 2011. This led to a publishing deal worth £400,000 ($559,000) for her book, "Celebrate: A Year of Festivities for Families and Friends," The Telegraph reported. The 2012 book is described as "a one-stop guide to entertaining throughout the British year."

"No matter how much we may adapt other celebrations, come December we tend to repeat our own familiar customs year after year—and this is perhaps key to the magic of Christmas," she wrote in her planning guide. "Looking back, I don't remember the presents I received, nor whether the sprouts were overcooked or the turkey dry. But what I do remember are all the small rituals."

In 2013, Pippa began writing a column for the weekend edition of the U.K. newspaper the Daily Telegraph, Bustle reported. Aside from this, she also wrote columns for British conservative magazine The Spectator and supermarket magazine Waitrose Kitchen and sports columns for Vanity Fair up until 2015.

In 2014, Pippa's company, PXM Enterprises Limited, declared earnings of £229,241 ($320,000) for its first fiscal year, per Bustle. The company is believed to cover her writing work.

Having married British racing driver James Matthews in 2017, as well as owning a stake in the family's multimillion-dollar party planning business, it is clear that Pippa lives a comfortable life. Matthews' net worth of over $2 billion only serves as icing on the cake.

In 2018, Pippa and Matthews welcomed their first son, Arthur. Although their first child wasn't born with a title or a yacht named in his honor, Arthur is sure to lead an extravagant lifestyle, thanks to his parents' multibillion-dollar combined net worth.

Little Arthur also has a palace of his own to call home. Pippa and Matthews' $22 million, five-story townhouse in London's chic Chelsea neighborhood was renovated to include a new bathroom and his-and-hers dressing rooms. The townhouse also features an in-home gym as well as an underground movie theater.

Pippa and her husband welcomed their second child, a daughter they named Grace Elizabeth Jane, on Monday.

Pippa Middleton, James Matthews
Pippa Middleton and James Matthews will welcome their first child soon. Pictured: Middleton, Matthews arrive for the wedding ceremony of Britain's Prince Harry, Duke of Sussex and US actress Meghan Markle at St George's Chapel, Windsor Castle, in Windsor, on May 19, 2018. Getty Images/Chris Jackson/Pool/AFP