Pippa Middleton may be nine months pregnant, but her impending due date did not stop her from enjoying Princess Eugenie and Jack Brooksbank’s wedding on Friday, October 12.
The mom-to-be and sister of Kate Middleton attended the nuptials alongside her husband James Matthews and arrived at St. George’s Chapel at Windsor Castle absolutely glowing in an all-green ensemble complete with matching fascinator and matched the look with black heels.
Pippa’s calf-length green dress featured a high neck, long sleeves and just enough fitting to show off her baby bump before her dress flared out at the bottom. She also donned matching jewelry from designer Pippa Small.
The 35-year-old has been documenting her pregnancy through her column for the U.K. monthly Waitrose Kitchen magazine, and has talked about how she has stayed active throughout her pregnancy.
“As the final month nears and the bump grows prouder each day, movement is certainly getting more awkward,” she wrote in her most recent column. “The transformations to my body that are taking place as it prepares for childbirth have meant that the sound sleeps and the baby bubble effect have gone. Reality is finally kicking in.”
She also said she has turned to meditation to help her in her third trimester.
“I was skeptical at first, but after practicing this discipline for the past month I have noticed a huge difference in my mental wellbeing and sense of clarity,” she wrote.
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12. She followed the “something old” tradition
Pippa Middleton proved to be quite the traditional bride and followed the “something old” tradition while prepping for the big day! Kate Middleton is known for repeating outfits and it seems that her sister Pippa has followed in her footsteps. The earrings she wore on for her wedding day were actually an old favorite that she wore on the day of her older sister’s wedding. The delicate diamond drop style earrings were a gift from her mother, Carole, on the occasion of her sister’s wedding and designed by the London jeweler Robinson Pelham.