Pregnancy & Birth

Baby joy! Pippa Middleton quietly welcomes her third child with husband James Matthews

So that’s why we didn’t see her at Wimbledon!

By Alex Lilly
Congratulations are in order for Pippa Middleton and husband James Matthews as they welcome their third child, a baby girl.
Since Pippa is often a regular at Wimbledon, fans noticed her absence and now it all makes sense!
According to PEOPLE, the younger sister of Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge gave birth to baby number three a few weeks ago at the Lindo Wing of St Mary's Hospital in London, the same place the Duchess gave birth to her three children.
Whilst the youngest Middleton daughter often tends to keep a low profile, fans spotted her burgeoning bump when she attended the Queen's Party at the Palace for the Platinum Jubilee celebrations.
Dressed in a vibrant green frock, Pippa was positively glowing as she joined in the festivities though she was famously upstaged by her cheeky nephew, Prince Louis.
Fans caught a glimpse of Pippa's baby bump during the Platinum Jubilee celebrations. (Image: Getty)
Pippa and James are already parents to son Arthur, born in October 2018 and daughter Grace, who was born in March 2021.
The new baby is Carole and Michael Middleton's sixth grandchild – along with Arthur and Grace, they are also the proud grandparents to Prince George, who turns nine this month, Princess Charlotte, seven and four-year-old Prince Louis.
Pippa and hedge fund manager James married in 2017 at St Mark's Church in Englefield. The bride wore a stunning lace gown by Giles Deacon and the wedding was attended by the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge and their two eldest children, Roger and Mirka Federer as well as Prince Harry and his then girlfriend, Meghan Markle.
Pippa rose to fame at her sister's 2011 royal wedding when her fitted bridesmaid dress caught the attention of admirers around the world.
However despite the fame and pressures of stardom, Pippa revealed in 2014 that she and her sister have "a very normal, sisterly relationship".
"We're very close. And, you know, we support each other and get each other's opinions and things," she said.
"I think that's really the heart for all of us is having a really close family that we can sort of be normal with each other, treat each other normally."
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