It's been a while since we saw Pippa Middleton (or anyone for that matter - thanks lockdown) out in public. But in a new set of photographs, Kate Middleton's younger sister has been spotted out for a stroll with her son Arthur, who is now very much walking.
Pippa and her husband, James Matthews, welcomed baby Arthur (whose full name, Arthur Michael William Matthews, honours both his grandad and two of his uncles) in October 2018. Now aged one-and-a-half, it seems their son has firmly grown from baby to toddler, as Arthur can be seen in the Mail Online pictures walking and pushing a little pram of his own, containing a baby doll. Adorable.
With just six months between them, it's likely Arthur will grow up having a close relationship to Kate Middleton and Prince William's youngest son, Prince Louis. In April Louis celebrated his second birthday, and his parents shared a series of gorgeous photos of the young royal painting (and getting very messy indeed).
Mum-of-one Pippa was seen looking casual in the new photos, wearing a cream coat with a camel-coloured jumper, grey cut-off trousers and some leopard print trainers. Arthur, meanwhile, was dressed in some denim shorts, a blue jumper and a navy gilet.
As the pictures indicate, Pippa and family have been in lockdown during the pandemic in London. But the Cambridges, meanwhile, retreated to their Norfolk home, Anmer House, for their isolation. In celebration of Volunteers Week, William and Kate recently shared a brand new photograph of their two oldest children, Prince George and Princess Charlotte, doing their bit for the community on the nearby Sandringham Estate.
"In April, The Duke and Duchess and their family visited the Sandringham Estate where they packed up and delivered food parcels to isolated pensioners in the local area," read the Instagram caption.
The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge have been home-schooling George and Charlotte during lockdown, which they've said has been... interesting.
"It’s been ups and downs, probably like lots of families self-isolating," admitted Kate Middleton on a video call interview back in April, before revealing the parents had kept the home-schooling going even throughout the Easter holidays, because they liked the routine.
"I feel very mean!" said Kate. "But yeah, it’s just having that bit of structure."
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