Pippa Middleton, the younger sister of the Duchess of Cambridge, has made headlines over her love life this week.
The 29-year-old is sister-in-law to Prince William, and while she may not marry into a royal family like her sister Kate, Middleton has been linked to high-society men in the past.
Earlier this month, Middleton was spotted on vacation on the private Caribbean island Mustique along with her parents as well as the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge.
Also among the group was 35-year-old Nico Jackson, a stockbroker who is reportedly dating Middleton, according to Omg! Yahoo.
Jackson's mother, Ulrike, confirmed the relationship when revealing her pleasure over meeting Middleton.
"We're very pleased," Jackson told The Daily Mail. "They are happy, and that is all that matters. As long as my children are happy, then I am happy."
As for Pippa, Jackson's mother was introduced to the party planner.
"Yes, we have met [Pippa] and I have to say she is absolutely charming, but I really cannot say anything more," said Jackson.
Meanwhile, as the Duchess' little sister is dating, and the same goes for the Duke of Cambridge's little brother- Prince Harry.
The 28-year-old royal just returned home to London after a 20-week tour in Afghanistan as a helicopter in the British Army. Upon his return home, Harry has been spotted at a ski resort in the Swiss Alps with socialite and model Cressida Bonas, whom he has long been romantically linked with.
The pair was photographed affectionately hugging and "kissing like teenagers," reported the U.K.'s Mail Online.
Alternately, Middleton has been linked to luxury hotel owner Andre Balazs in the past, while Prince Harry was formerly in a longtime relationship with Chelsy Davey.
Pippa and Harry served as bridesmaid and groomsman, respectively, during the April 2011 royal wedding between the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge. Both will become an aunt and uncle, respectively, when the Duke and Duchess welcome their first child this summer.
As the younger sister of the Duchess of Cambridge, Middleton has admitted that being catapulted into public scrutiny following the royal wedding was "startling."
"It is a bit startling to achieve global recognition before the age of 30 on account of your sister, your brother-in-law and your bottom," Middleton penned in an excerpt from her book, "Celebrate," according to Mail Online.
"One day I might be able to make sense of this. In the meantime I think it's fair to say that is has its upside and its downside," she continued. "I am by nature an optimist so I tend to concentrate on the advantages."