In the video above, Pippa and her husband took a family outing with Baby Grace and Arthur and were beaming with happiness!
British Royals: finally good news again
The excitement about the revelations is likely to have caused concern for Duchess Kate and her husband Prince William (38). But not only that: Prince Philips (99) hospitalization also weighed heavily on the royal family. But now there is finally good news again – because Pippa Matthews (37, née Middleton), the sister of Duchess Kate, has had her second baby from husband James Matthews (45). As reported by “ok.co.uk”, this event is a special joy for Kate.
How close Duchess Kate and Prince William are to their fathers are revealed by the sugary snapshots that you can admire in the video below.
Pippa Matthews: This particular gesture touches Duchess Kate
Even the name of her new niece is a real cause for joy for Prince William’s wife. With “Elizabeth”, Pippa Matthews chose a name that Duchess Kate and her mother Carole (66) also have as a middle name. Since the Duchess of Cambridge is an absolute family man, this special homage should make her very happy: “The fact that Pippa gave Grace the same middle name as Kate and Carole bear is such a touching gesture and will mean a lot to them,” explains Nicholl to.
The expert is also convinced that the Middletons are always an important anchor for the Cambridges, especially in these turbulent times. When they spend time with the Duchess Kate’s family, it is “a real sense of normalcy in the midst of all this chaos.” Prince William is also said to be very closely linked to his wife’s parents. Everyone could take a deep breath in this familiar family environment. That should now be more important than ever, after all, the past few weeks have probably pushed everyone involved to their limits.
Want to know what the Middleton family home looks like? Then check out the video below where Kate’s younger brother James gives a behind-the-scenes look.
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