"As a former member of the cricket WAGs (wives and girlfriends of players), I have many happy memories of afternoons spent lying on the grass and hearing the satisfying clunk of leather ball on willow bat," writes Pippa Middleton from London in her second dispatch for Vanity Fair, appearing in the September issue, in which she explains the beloved and befuddling British game of cricket.
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On the subject of cricket uniforms, Middleton enthuses, "From Imran Khan to England's current captain, Alastair Cook, there is a tradition of the sultry cricketer powering in from the boundary or effortlessly gliding a ball to the boundary, tousled hair blowing in the breeze, his whites signifying a purity of action-oops, I almost forgot myself. Better have a cup of tea."
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