Reported from a source close to the newspaper, her Ascot and cricket musings did not go down well at all.
"It's fair to say reader reaction to Pippa's writing wasn't great. There were also a few issues with deciding what topics Pippa should and shouldn't write about."
Her book, Celebrate went down like a lead balloon too after plans for the US edition was cancelled, due to UK sales being nothing to actually celebrate.
A spokeswoman for The Telegraph sidestepped with her comments:
"The column was great. Pippa Middleton is a professional freelance writer and has gone on to do other things for other publications...As far as I am aware it was just one of those things."
Hmm, she's not telling us the truth, now, is she?
And a bit of Pippa bashing has well and truly started on Twitter with these lot chiming in:
Pippa Middleton sacked by the Telegraph - next book: 101 Ideas for Organising a Leaving Party— Mark Wallace (@wallaceme) May 13, 2014
Ouch. Headline on Mail Online sidebar: "Pippa Middleton advises wearing wedges in her latest writing attempt". Not article. Writing attempt— Rosamund Urwin (@RosamundUrwin) May 8, 2014
Finally got round to unliking the Pippa Middleton Facebook page. I think we all made a lot of mistakes like that in Royal Wedding Fever.— Sophie Gadd (@sophie_gadd) May 5, 2014
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