Kate Middleton's sister Pippa is finally pregnant
Another baby is on her way to the Middletons. According to The Sun's Clemmie Moodie on Sunday, Pippa is expecting her first bundle of joy with husband James Matthews.
The Duchess of Cambridge was reported to be pleased to learn that her sister was also waiting. She was the second person to tell Pippa about the news of her husband.
"When Pippa found out she was pregnant, she was obviously thrilled and absolutely overjoyed," said a friend of the family. "Of course, big sister Kate and her parents, Carole and Michael, were the first ones she told – James aside ̵
In 2017, a source revealed that Kate and Pippa always wanted to get pregnant at the same time. However, Kate expects to deliver her baby soon, while Pippa's child arrives in October
"It has long been a dream for Kate and Pippa to be pregnant at the same time," a Middleton family friend reveals. "It would be great to share that."
Pippa's impending baby brought "much-needed bliss and relief" to her family. In March, her father-in-law, David Matthews, was arrested and sexually molested at Paris Orly airport. David denied the allegations.
"David Matthews categorically denies the allegation and clearly denies the untrue and scandalous indictment," the family spokesman said.
David allegedly attacked a young girl between 1998 and 1999 in Paris and St. Barts. He was detained in the Brigade for the Protection of Minors and spent 48 hours there. The French authorities are investigating him and they have six months to decide if they will take him to court.
Pippa married James in May 2017. Prince George and Princess Charlotte served her as a side boy and bridesmaid at her wedding. It is expected that the two little royals will play the same role for the royal wedding of Prince William and Meghan Markle.
At the event, Kate was reportedly concerned about her children's behavior. She was afraid that they would behave badly.
"[Kate] said that they were all looking forward to their sister's wedding over the weekend, but she was worried about how her children might behave," Andrew Bates told People. "She said she hoped they would be good, but you can never know at that age."