The world's most famous bridesmaid could give birth to her first child any day now, but Pippa Middleton didn't let her pregnancy stop her from attending another royal wedding on Oct. 12. Capturing her arrival at Windsor Castle's St. George's Chapel alongside her brother James Middleton and husband James Matthews, these photos of Pippa Middleton at Princess Eugenie's wedding are adorable.
Before Princess Eugenie of York married longtime love Jack Brooksbank, it was unknown whether Pippa would attend the couple's wedding. Although she's not a blood relative of Eugenie, the two are friends, and Eugenie and Jack even attended the May 2017 wedding of Pippa and former racing driver James Matthews. Besides having Pippa's sister Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge, in common, Pippa and Eugenie both included Prince George and Princess Charlotte in their bridal parties. Although she had the time to dote on her nephew and niece at her own wedding, Pippa probably had more pressing things on her mind on Eugenie's big day. The 35-year-old is nine months pregnant, and her baby bump was on full display when she arrived at the chapel before the ceremony began.
Dressed in an all-green dress and fascinator with Pippa Small jewelry, Duchess Kate's little sister also appeared at St. George's Chapel in black heels. I'd definitely be a little nervous about rocking heels days away from popping out a baby, so kudos to Pippa for looking so calm and collected. Do you think she has a pair of flats to wear at the wedding reception?
After several weeks of public speculation, Pippa confirmed her pregnancy in a June edition of her fitness column for Waitrose Weekend, a magazine associated with a British grocery store chain. Since then, the writer has used the column to update followers about her condition, and according to PEOPLE, her most recent article read:
As the final month nears and the bump grows prouder each day, movement is certainly getting more awkward. The transformations to my body that are taking place as it prepares for childbirth have meant that the sound sleeps and the baby bubble effect have gone. Reality is finally kicking in.
As with the majority of the royals, Pippa is no stranger to the Windsor Castle venue. Much of the same crowd at Eugenie and Jack's wedding visited the chapel in May to see Prince Harry and Meghan Markle tie the knot. Pippa was also recently seen at another royal haunt, aka the Lindo Wing at St. Mary's Hospital in London. Kate Middleton has given birth to all three of her children there, and although fans initially wondered if Pippa had checked in to have her baby, she and her husband James were seen leaving the wing an hour after their arrival.
Also following in the presumed steps of her sister and brother-in-law, Pippa reportedly doesn't know the sex of her baby and is waiting for the grand reveal at the moment of birth. For now, there are no other royal weddings on the horizon, but maybe by the time another family member gets married, Prince Louis and his new baby cousin will be old enough to join the other bridesmaids and page boys. Until then, I'll hope I can pull off maternity style as flawlessly as Pippa one day.