- Pippa Middleton is pregnant.
- The Duchess of Cambridge’s sister broke the news in her Waitrose Weekend column – which focuses on fitness.
- Middleton said she would keep readers informed on her pregnancy workouts.
Pippa Middleton is pregnant, the Duchess of Cambridge’s sister confirmed on Friday.
The royal’s sister broke the news of her pregnancy in her Waitrose Weekend column and said she was lucky not to have suffered from the same morning sickness her sister had.
Middleton married multi-millionaire hedge fund manager James Matthews in May 2017. This will be the couple’s first baby.
Her Waitrose Weekend column is centred around fitness – and she promises to keep readers informed on how to keep fit during pregnancy.
— MiddletonMaven (@MiddletonMaven) June 7, 2018
“This being my first pregnancy, I had so many questions I felt were still unanswered,” she wrote.
“It’s particularly hard in the early months when you don’t really want to share the news with everyone, not even your class instructor.”
Middleton said she was scaling down “pavement pounding” exercises like running and is instead walking, swimming, and cycling.
“I’ve noticed my body change and weight increase, but through effective exercise and sports I feel that it’s being strengthened to support a healthy pregnancy, birth, and recovery,” she wrote.
Reports suggest that Middleton is expected to give birth at some point in October.
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