Pippa Middleton’s Modeling Photos Revealed

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Walk the walk: Pippa Middleton's runway past has been uncovered.

Long before she wowed the world by sashaying her way into Westminster Abbey, Pippa Middleton was turning heads as a runway model.

The Duchess of Cambridge’s kid sister made her catwalk début in 2004 as part of a charity fashion show, strutting her stuff in looks by designers such as Stella McCartney and Ted Baker, reports the Daily Mail.

Among the ensembles modeled by the then 20-year-old Edinburgh University student: a bra-flashing yellow and orange tank top paired with a striped skirt; a turquoise and sapphire printed halter dress with an embellished neckline; as well as a silver and orange strapless dress accessorized with a tangerine scarf and a butterfly hairpiece.

Pippa was a very pretty girl with a phenomenally trim, sporty figure,” a student who attended the event told the Daily Mail. “She looked great—and she knew it.”

Of course, Pippa—who today favors high end designers like Alice Temperley and Sarah Burton as well as high street retailers like Zara and French Connection—isn’t the first Middleton to make her way down the runway.

Just two years earlier, big sis Kate modeled a sheer dress over a bandeau bikini at a 2002 St. Andrews University fashion show, where she caught the eye of one Prince William.

Better luck next time, Pip!