Pregnant Pippa Middleton glows in emerald green midi dress showing off her huge baby bump at Princess Eugenie's wedding
Pippa Middleton is due to give birth to her first child by the end of this month and showed off her baby bump as she arrived for Princess Eugenie's wedding
The Duchess of Cambridge Kate Middleton's sister Pippa Middleton glowed as she arrived for the wedding of Princess Eugenie to her longterm boyfriend Jack Brooksbank. The 35-year-old Pippa was present at the event despite being due to give birth to her first child in a few days.
Pippa was seen sporting a gorgeous green dress and a matching hat along with a pair of black shoes. She arrived at the St. George's Chapel with her husband James Matthews and her brother James Middleton. With the effects of storm Callum being felt by everyone, Pippa too was seen holding on to her hat as gusts of wind swept across the venue. Pippa's massive baby bump was also very visible and she is due to give birth by the end of October.
Just like her sister Kate Middleton, Pippa will be giving birth at the St. Mary's Hospital in London at an estimated cost of £7,500. Pippa is expecting her first child with her husband James Matthews and is due to give birth only six months after Kate gave birth to her third child.
Pippa was unable to attend the wedding of Kate Middleton's best friend Sophie Carter which took place on September 22. Sophie's wedding took place at the St. Andrew's Episcopal Church in Norfolk. Pippa was the only immediate Middleton family member who did not attend the wedding, probably due to her being pregnant.
However, she was able to make it to Princess Eugenie's wedding to Jack Brooksbank. The ceremony took place at the Windsor Castle in the 15th Century St. George's Chapel. The ceremony was officiated by the Dean of Windsor David Conner. Around 1,200 public members and charity guests were invited into the grounds for the occasion.
The newly married couple have left St George's Chapel as husband and wife, exiting to cheers from the gathered crowd as they made their way to the carriage procession.