Pippa Middleton is riding the rumour wave after she sparked pregnancy rumours for baby number three during her appearance at the Queen's Platinum Jubilee celebrations.
The 38 year old sister to the Duchess of Cambridge Kate Middleton appeared to be resting her hands on a baby bump when she arrived at Buckingham Palace on 4 June.
And although she looked gorgeous in green dress with a v-neck, fans were quick to point out the possibility of another royal bundle of joy.
Pippa and hedge fund hubby James, the brother of Made In Chelsea star Spencer Matthews, are already parents to son Arthur, three, and daughter Grace, one, together.
So while speculation continues to circulate and we await for any official baby confirmation, let's take a closer look inside Pippa's family life and home…
Pippa and James first met in the beautiful Caribbean island of St Barts back in 2007, but parted ways after the holiday encounter.
Five years later, they reconnected for a dinner date in 2012 before things went quiet again until January 2016 when they reunited with a trip back to St Barts.
The rest is history from that moment onwards and the couple tied the knot in at St Mark's Church in Englefield, Berkshire in 2017, saying "I do" in front of members of the royal family, including Prince William and Harry.
If you didn't already happen to know (which is entirely plausible, just about), Pippa is the younger sister to Kate Middleton.
No one special… just the future Queen of England thanks to her 11 year strong marriage to Prince William, Duke of Cambridge.
Pippa has previously been spotted at Wimbledon alongside Meghan Markle, who is married to Philip's younger brother Harry.
The Sussexes recently published a birthday tribute to their daughter Lilibet.
It is only the second time they have publicly shared a photograph of their youngest child.
James Matthews’ family also own a very impressive estate in the Scottish Highlands, named the Glen Affric estate, which they bought in 2018.
It’s set within 10,000 acres on the peninsula of a loch and boasts eight bedrooms, a sitting room, dining room, reading rooms and a room entirely dedicated to enjoy your glass of whisky.
Pippa and James Middleton are hosts at the estate, and when speaking to Eden Being, James described a day in his life at Glen Affric.
He said: “My ideal day at Glen Affric starts with a morning swim in the Loch. The Estate can provide wet suits for cold mornings!
"Then, a hearty breakfast cooked by the wonderful resident chef, James Lowe.
"After breakfast, a group activity like clay pigeon shooting is always a hit – even if it can get competitive at times!
"For lunch, the Estate boat can escort guests to the private fishing bothy at the far end of the Loch for a delicious picnic."
A three night stay for up to eight people will reportedly set you back £11,800, and £17,800 for 16 guests.
Scotland is unfortunately (or inconveniently, depending on your point of view) a bit far away from the couple's £17 million townhouse in Chelsea, west London.
And while Pippa reportedly favours a private life away from prying cameras, we do have some details about their five-floor home, complete with lift.
There's space enough for a gym, underground cinema, separate male and female dressing rooms and an inbuilt nursery for their young children, Grace and Arthur Middleton.
Speaking of whom…
Two under five
Pippa and James share two children, Arthur, three, and daughter Grace, one.
So that's undoubtedly got to be a handful… caring for two children under the age of five.
Arthur Michael William Matthews was born at the Lindo Wing at St Mary's Hospital in London's Paddington, where Kate Middleton gave birth to Prince George, Princess Charlotte and Price Louis.
Pippa's second pregnancy was largely kept hush hush until mum Carole made the announcement in 2021.
Grace Elizabeth Jane Matthews is the fifth grandchild for Kate and Pippa's parents, Carole and Michael.
Baby number three
In fact, let's make that three under five as rumours of her third pregnancy were quick to spark during the Platinum Jubilee celebrations for Her Majesty the Queen.
Pippa was spotted smiling at the camera while seemingly resting her hands on a baby bump.
Nothing has been confirmed as of yet, but we do have a sneaky suspicion that the Matthews family of four will soon be welcoming a new addition.
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