Pregnant Pippa Middleton Turns Heads at Wimbledon With Growing Baby Bump: Pics

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James Matthews and Pippa Middleton arrive at Wimbledon for Men’s Semi Final Day on July 12, 2018 in London. Neil Mockford/GC Images

Pippa Middleton’s baby bump continues to make waves at Wimbledon! The author was spotted taking in the London games once more with hubby James Matthews on Friday, July 13, wearing a smile and a loose-fitting prairie dress that just showed off her growing bump.

The day prior, the mommy-to-be stepped out in a similarly breezy belted Ralph Lauren shirt-dress, which she paired with black espadrilles and a matching crossbody in which her bump could also be seen.

Middleton, 34, and Matthews, 42, wed in May 2017 after five years of dating. Buzz that she was expecting her first babe began circulating back in April after reports from a British newspaper claimed that the couple had shared the happy news with loved ones.

Two months later, Middleton confirmed the news in her guest column for U.K.’s Waitrose magazine while discussing her transition to life in her first trimester. “I’m fanatical about sport and have looked at loads of books and websites on exercise during pregnancy but have been disappointed by the limited technical information on what you can and can’t do,” she wrote at the time.

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James Matthews and Pippa Middleton arrive at Wimbledon for Men’s Semi Final Day on July 12, 2018 in London. Neil Mockford/GC Images

The socialite has since found her stride, revealing in a subsequent column for Waitrose that she’s looking to Serena Williams and not necessarily big big sister Duchess Kate for inspiration.

“I’ve been a tennis fan since childhood, as a player and spectator, and have been keen to continue playing safely throughout my pregnancy,” the tennis superfan wrote. “Take Serena Williams. She famously proved that women can play a high level of tennis from two months (when she won the 2017 Australian Open) up to eight months. Few of us can relate to this elite excellence, but if you’re a healthy, well-trained player with an uncomplicated pregnancy there’s no reason why you can’t continue a good level of tennis.”

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