Is Pippa a mother again? US publication reports she has given birth

Has Pippa Middleton given birth to third child? US magazine claims Duches of Cambridge’s sister has had a daughter after it emerged she was ‘heavily pregnant’

  • PEOPLE Magazine reported Pippa Middleton gave birth to a girl a few weeks ago
  • Pippa, 38, sparked pregnancy rumours when she attended the Platinum Jubilee
  • Reports come after it emerged Pippa was ‘heavily pregnant’ and ‘thrilled’ 

Pippa Middleton pregnancy rumours are swirling again after a US publication reported she has given birth to a baby girl. 

After weeks of rumours, PEOPLE magazine has reported the Duchess of Cambridge’s sister, 38, has welcomed her third child with husband James Matthews, 46. 

Pippa appeared at the Queen’s Platinum Jubilee celebrations in a stunning green dress disguising what looked like a baby bump.

Pippa Middleton, 38, has reportedly given birth to her third child, a girl, after sparking pregnancy rumours at The Queen’s Platinum Jubilee celebrations

Pippa, who already has two children with her husband James Matthews, has also recently completed a masters degree at the University of Wales Trinity St David

In another appearance, the mother was seen wearing a loose-fitted navy blue dress while pushing her child around in a pram in London.

Last week The Daily Mail reported Pippa was ‘heavily pregnant’ and the family was ‘thrilled’ as they spent £15million on a family home in Berkshire.

Pippa and James already have two children Arthur, three, and Grace, one.

If they have welcomed a new arrival, she will be the sixth grandchild of Carole and Mike Middleton, who are also grandparents to Prince George, Princess Charlotte and Prince Louis. 

The mother has been incredibly busy over the last year, juggling parenting with studying for a masters degree.

She is due to graduate from the University of Wales Trinity St David with a distinction in physical education, sport and physical literacy. 

Her work was so highly regarded that the university announced it will be presented at a summit in Luxembourg in the autumn.

Speaking about her degree, Pippa said: ‘Getting back into studying took some getting used to but I felt really well supported by the team at UWTSD. 

‘The nature of the course being divided into specific modules also meant that it was easier to compartmentalise what was required each term.’

Pippa added: ‘I have enjoyed the balance of work and motherhood and getting back into reading, writing, and learning again.’ 



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