The younger sister of Kate Middleton, who is rumored to be around four months pregnant, sported a pleated, floral dress that partially concealed her belly at Prince Harry and Meghan Markle’s wedding.
Pippa Middleton once again made headlines with her appearance at another couple’s wedding. The 34-year-old author and her husband James Matthews were among attendees at the royal wedding of Prince Harry and Meghan Markle on Saturday, May 19 and all eyes were on her dress and her belly.
The younger sister of Kate Middleton, who is rumored to be around four months pregnant now, looked stylish as always in a mint green and pink floral “Hepburn” silk dress by The Fold, featuring a drop waist, pleated blush skirt and floral designs. She showed a hint of tiny baby bump underneath the dress.
The reported mom-to-be was beaming as she walked into St. George’s Chapel in Windsor Castle with her husband, waving to fans and photographers. She also wore a delicate beige fascinator with flower detailing and matching shoes.
Pippa and James reportedly broke the happy news about her alleged pregnancy to their families on April 20 after reaching the end of her first trimester. According to The Sun, her big sister Kate and her parents were the first people they told about the pregnancy “and they could not have been more delighted.” Words are Pippa is due in October.
The news arrived around the same time her sister Kate welcomed her third child with Prince William on April 23. The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge named their baby boy Louis Arthur Charles.
The couple has not confirmed the pregnancy. They just celebrated their first wedding anniversary on Sunday, May 20. A year ago on that date, the socialite and the hedge fund manager tied the knot at St Mark’s Church, at Englefield Estate, Berkshire, near Bucklebury Manor, the Middleton family home.
Prince George and Princess Charlotte served as pageboy and bridesmaid at Pippa and James’ wedding, and they reprised the roles at their uncle Harry’s wedding to Meghan last Saturday.
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