Pippa Middleton is now a mother of three children.
The socialite, 38, and her husband, James Matthews, welcomed their third baby – a baby girl – a few weeks ago, according to People magazine.
The name and exact date of birth of the child are still unknown.
Middleton and Matthews, 46, wed in May 2017 and welcomed son Arthur, now 3, and daughter Grace, now one, in October 2018 and March 2021, respectively.
The columnist revealed in June that her family was growing by showing off her bump during Queen Elizabeth II’s Platinum Jubilee festivities.
Pippa’s budding belly could be seen in a green dress as she enjoyed the ‘Party at the Palace’ event with Matthews.
The future star was “so happy” with her pregnancy, a source told Page Six at the time, adding that Middleton was a “natural mom.”
Later that same month, the England native showed off her midriff again while out and about in London wearing a floral dress.
Pippa has remained tight-lipped about her children over the years, but spoke to Hoka One in March 2021 about her changing fitness regimen as a mother.
“My racing has been more after babies and toddlers than crossing finish lines, which is fine with me — for now,” the ‘Celebrate’ author joked at the time.
“Being active with my 2.5 year old son in the park or playground, carrying him on the back of my bike and running around in a buggy as a baby were ways I was able to include exercises outdoors while being a hands on. – on mom,” she added.
Kate Middleton, Pippa’s older sister, also has three children: Prince George, Princess Charlotte and Prince Louis, whom she shares with Prince William.
The Duchess of Cambridge, 40, hasn’t shut the door on the quarter, joking at royal engagements over the years about how she takes care of babies.
Not only did Kate ask to hold a little one during a horse race in June, but she revealed four months before that her husband, also 40, was not on the same page about this. regarding baby #4.
“William is always worried that I’m meeting children under the age of one,” she said during a tour of Denmark in February. “I come home saying, ‘Let’s have another one. “”
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