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Pippa Middleton talks on TODAY about life with Prince George

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 She took the world by storm after the royal wedding now we're hearing more from Kate Middleton’s sister.

The second part of Pippa’s interview aired Tuesday as she talked about being a royal aunt to the newest addition to the family.

She and her sister are two of the most famous people in the world.

But Pippa Middleton says even with the demands of the royal family she and Kate are very close.

“Obviously she has pressures that she's taken on, but we spend a lot of time together, we still do a lot together as a family and that's the heart for all of us is having a really close family, that we can treat each other normally,” Pippa said.

These days much of that time together is also spent with Prince George.

“He's amazing and a very dear boy. He’s brought a lot of pleasure and joy for all of us, the whole family,” she said.

In part two of her exclusive interview with TODAY Show host Matt Lauer Pippa's smile widened when asked about being aunt to the future king.

“He's sort of brought us all together we love spending weekends with him, he's very funny,” she said.

Pippa dedicates much of her time to her other loves; charity work and writing.

Despite getting a royal lift into the spotlight Pippa says one lesson keeps her grounded.

“To be yourself and keep your good friends and family close and listen to them because they're the ones who know you 30.”

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