Pippa Middleton gives birth to her first child

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Their Royal Highnesses The Duke and Duchess of Sussex are very pleased to announce that The Duchess of Sussex is expecting a baby in the Spring of 2019.

Like her sister, Pippa hasn't disclosed the sex of the baby.

Just two weeks prior to giving birth, Middleton and Matthews made a quick visit to the maternity ward, stirring rumors that the baby was on the way.

While rumours first began circulating about the 35-year-old's pregnancy in April, she didn't confirm the news publicly until June, when she wrote about exercising during pregnancy for a Waitrose Weekend column.

Pippa Middleton, younger sister to the Duchess of Cambridge, has given birth to her first child with husband James Matthews.

According to Royal Correspondent for the Daily Mail, Rebecca English, the baby boy was born at 1.58pm, weighing 8lb and 9oz and "both mother and baby are doing well".

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The exciting birth of the couple's first child comes right after Meghan Markle and Prince Harry's announcement of Markle's pregnancy. 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.

St Mary's Hospital is highly respected and is renowned for providing premium services.

She has never disclosed the due date, however many media outlets predicted she would likely give birth this month.

Pippa was admitted to hospital in labour just three days after attending Princes Eugenie's wedding to Jack Brooksbank at St. George's Chapel, Windsor Castle with her husband.

"She's also given Pippa some of Prince George and Princess Charlotte's hand-me-downs but is obviously keeping some for Prince Louis".

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