Pippa Middleton Gives Birth To Her Third Child

Kate Middleton’s younger sister, Pippa Middleton and Pippa’s husband James Matthews officially have a family of five after welcoming their third child – a baby girl – just a few weeks ago!

Pippa and James’ first child, their son Arthur, was born in October 2018. Their second child, a daughter named Grace, was welcomed into this world just last year in March.

Following in the Duchess of Cambridge’s footsteps Pippa Middleton chose to give birth in the Lindo Wing of St. Mary’s Hospital – the very same location that was chosen as the birthplace of all three of Kate and Prince William’s children.

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More than hints of Pippa’s baby girl were available at the star-studded “Party at the Palace” concert for Queen Elizabeth’s Platinum Jubilee last month, where her baby bump was on display in her gorgeous green dress and where she was joined by her husband, her brother James Middleton and his wifeAlizéeThévenet.

Pippa’s now three children can certainly look forward to lots of playdates with their royal cousins in the future, as according to a source they, like the Cambridges, are moving to be closer to family.

We hope that the baby girl, who is the sixth grandchild of Carole and Michael Middleton, a list which of course includes Prince George, Princess Charlotte and Prince Louis, will have a wonderful childhood among her older, and sometimes royal, cousins.

Pippa and James are planning to relocate to a village near Bucklebury in Berkshire, where Pippa, Kate and James grew up and where their parents Carole and Michael Middleton still live.

Their new home will be just under 50 minutes from Windsor, the location of Prince William and Kate’s home starting this summer.

An insider source has previously said that Pippa and her husband James have been looking forward to settling down and “having children and leading a quiet life.”

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