Pippa Middleton pregnant: When is due date? What will the name be? | Life | Life & Style

Pippa Middleton, 34, confirmed her pregnancy last Friday in her Waitrose column. But when is the sister of Kate Middleton, 36, due?

The socialite and author revealed in her column that she was over 12 weeks pregnant.

She is expecting her first child with husband James Matthews, 42, whom she married in 2016.

“I was lucky to pass the 12-week scan without suffering from morning sickness,” she wrote in Waitrose Magazine.

This would put Pippa’s due date for her first child in October 2018 – meaning he or she will be born in the same year as sister Kate’s third child.

The child’s gender has not yet been announced to the public.

It is believed Kate and Prince William, 35, chose not to find out the gender of Prince Louis before his birth last April, but it is unknown whether Pippa will follow in their footsteps.

What will the baby’s name be? While bookies have not yet began betting on the baby name, certain names are more likely.

Pippa may choose the tradition of naming the child after a family member.

For instance, if it is a girl, Pippa’s maternal grandmother is called Dorothy, and her maternal grandmother is called Valerie, while her mother’s name is Carole.

Alternatively, she may name a boy after her grandfathers – Peter (paternal) or Ronald (maternal) – or her father Michael.

Pippa may also choose to name a boy James, the name of both her father-in-law and her brother.

She may also choose one of the names which were bookies’ favourites for Kate’s third child.

These include Alice or Mary for a girl, and Albert, Philip or Arthur for a boy.

In her Waitrose column, pregnant Pippa also spoke about her pregnancy weight gain.

Pippa is putting on weight in a healthy manner, she told readers. “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 said.

However, she did reveal she has also given up running.

Pippa added: “I stopped running — not because I read it was unsafe, just because I rather liked the idea of giving my body (and growing baby) a rest from pavement pounding.”

She also opened up about her fitness concerns as her body changes. “This being my first pregnancy, I had so many questions I felt were still unanswered.

“I wanted to know things like — would I strain if I served in tennis? Are all strokes of swimming safe? Can I still do a normal yoga class if I avoided certain positions? Could I still work my abs?”.

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