Kate Middleton's New Baby Boy Had a Special Visitor on Tuesday

  • Kate Middleton's New Baby Boy Had a Special Visitor on Tuesday

Kate Middleton's New Baby Boy Had a Special Visitor on Tuesday

Not only will Kate be able to hand down her designer maternity clothing she has collected throughout her three pregnancies but the Duchess can share her knowledge and wisdom on pregnancy and parenting. Kate's younger sister - was seen arriving at Kensington Palace in her auto, presumably eager to meet the little one who was born the day before (23rd). Like his brother and sister, the unnamed baby was brought onto the steps of St. Mary's Hospital to make his public debut.

The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge are already parents to 4-year-old Prince George and 2-year-old Princess Charlotte. The younger sister of Kate Middleton was looking fashionable in a pink turtleneck and matching pink coat. Pippa was one of the very first family members to meet the newborn.

She reportedly told family and friends last week, which marked the end of her first trimester. He is expected to return to London tomorrow and meet his grandson upon his arrival. "She's a walking baby encyclopedia at this point".

In the meantime, Pippa can practice swaddling and change diapers on her newborn nephew that was born on April 23, 2017.

While she looked a little put out, Pippa followed the assistant's instructions and politely left.

With Kate Middleton about to give birth to the third royal baby any day now, it has been reported that her younger sister, Pippa, is pregnant with her and husband James Matthews's first child. A source close to the couple confessed that Pippa and her hedge fund manager hubby were trying for a baby as early as August, just three months after saying "I do".

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