She is ready to nurse again. Two years after the birth of her son Arthur, the fruit of her love with James Matthews, Pippa Middleton is pregnant with a second child. The info comes straight from Page Six of The New York Post magazine. Happy news also for Kate Middleton who will become an auntie for the second time when her children, Prince George, Princess Charlotte and Prince Louis, will welcome a new cousin (or a cousin, since the sex of the baby has not yet been unveiled). “Pippa and James are thrilled,” said a source close to the mother-to-be, “this is great news in the middle of a difficult year. The whole family is in heaven.”
A happiness that is not alone since it accompanies the engagement of James Middleton (forced to postpone his marriage because of the coronavirus). Happy but silent, there is no doubt that Pippa Middleton will experience this second pregnancy in the greatest secrecy. Because if the family life and the births of the children of Kate Middleton have been exposed to the whole world, because of her role and her status within the royal family, her younger sister, she enjoys the shadows, although her marriage was an event that stirred the chronicle in 2017. Thus, when she was pregnant with her little Arthur, the young woman had not revealed her baby bump in broad daylight, giving birth discreetly on October 15, 2018, while Meghan Markle and Prince Harry, they announced to expect their first child.
Pippa Middleton, mother hen
But if she is a discreet mother, Pippa Middleton is nonetheless very caring for her family. In the columns of Waitrose Weekend magazine, in October 2019, she declared that her son Arthur was in therapy, even at only a year old. A special therapy since it is a cranial osteopathy. “Shortly after Arthur was born last year, I heard a few moms talking about cranial osteopaths. It is a popular alternative therapy for newborns, especially those who have had a traumatic delivery. are unstable or have trouble sleeping, “she said. An onerous practice, “but well worth it.”
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