When is Pippa Middleton's baby due?

PIPPA Middleton is pregnant with her second child, according to reports.

The English rose already has one child, born in 2018 – and the family are reportedly delighted at the pregnancy news.

When is Pippa Middleton's baby due?

Kate's little sister has not yet announced when her baby is due, but it is expected in 2021.

The new baby will be Carole and Michael Middleton's fifth grandchild.

They are already grandparents to Pippa's first son Arthur, and Prince William and Kate's three children, Prince George, Princess Charlotte and Prince Louis.

When was the pregnancy announced?

US reports revealed that the couple are expecting a baby in 2021, citing a source close to the family. 

A source close to the family told Page Six: “Pippa and James are thrilled.

"It’s fantastic news amid a difficult year.

"The entire family is delighted.”

But Representatives for Pippa declined to comment.

Pippa announced her first pregnancy in a Waitrose Weekend magazine column.

How many other children does Pippa Middleton have?

The couple currently has one two-year-old child.

Pippa and James named their firstborn Arthur Michael William Matthews.

The second name is of significance as not only is it Pippa's father's name but it also belonged to James' younger brother who died in a tragic mountaineering accident on Everest in 1999, just after becoming the youngest British man to climb to its peak.

On April 21 2018, The Sun exclusively revealed Pippa's pregnancy with their first child.

The couple told close family and friends after her 12-week scan.

On October 15 2018, Pippa gave birth to the couple's son, named Arthur, weighing 8lb 9oz at the Lindo Wing at St Mary's Hospital in London.

How did Pippa announce her pregnancy?

After months of reports and rumours surrounding her suspected pregnancy, Pippa Middleton finally confirmed that she was expecting her first child in her Waitrose magazine column.

Unlike older sister Kate who has experienced hyperemesis gravidarum with each of her three pregnancies, Pippa has been fortunate enough to avoid the rate morning sickness condition that led to the Duchess of Cambridge being hospitalised for dehydration.

Taking to her Waitrose magazine food column to announce the happy news, Pippa wrote: "I was lucky to pass the 12 week scan without suffering from morning sickness."

"That meant I was able to carry on as normal and continue most of my sports with better knowledge and, more importantly, professionals to learn from."

A fitness buff and marathon runner, Pippa also revealed she has also "stopped running" only because she "rather liked the idea" of giving herself and the baby "a rest from pavement pounding."

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