Pippa Middleton has confirmed what many of us have been speculating for months. No, that wasn’t just a full belly, but a growing baby bump. The socialite has confirmed she and husband James Matthews are expecting their first child! She recently opened up in an interview with UK’s Waitrose Magazine, regarding her first trimester journey.
“I’m fanatical about sports and have looked at loads of books and websites on exercise during pregnancy but have been disappointed by the limited technical information on what you can and can’t do,” Pippa said. “And this being my first pregnancy, I had so many questions I felt were still unanswered.” In addition, she revealed that because she and James initially kept the “early months” of her pregnancy a secret, she couldn’t turn to any trainers for advice. “I’ve noticed my body change, but through exercise I feel like it’s being strengthened,” Pippa said.
We are so happy for the couple! Pippa Middleton first became a household name when she was maid of honor at her sister, Kate Middleton’s wedding to Prince William. We know one person she can definitely ask for advice. After three children, Kate can be considered somewhat of an expert, don’t you think?
Pippa and her husband, James, tied the knot in May 2017, and a source had revealed to Us Weekly that three months after they said, “I do,” the couple were “trying for a baby.” Well it worked, as the couple is overjoyed with the exciting miracle they have created.
With all this royal and baby talk, we can’t help but wonder who the next royal baby will be. Do you think the Duchess of Sussex, Meghan Markle will be next, or will Kate Middleton be confirming baby number 4? 78% of people think it will be Markle all the way, while 22% of people think it will be Kate again. Read the full story on Pop Sugar here.
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Pippa Middleton just confirmed she is pregnant! Will the new Duchess of Sussex, Meghan Markle, be the next royal pregnant?
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