The star-studded bash was held at Chiltern Firehouse in Marylebone, London.
The mum-of-one, 36, takes little Arthur to classes in order to help him “learn physical skills”.
Pippa Middleton and husband James Matthews have reportedly named their new-born son Arthur Michael William Matthews. The Duchess of Cambridge’s sister welcomed her baby boy last month, weighing 8lbs and 9oz, at the Lindo Wing of St Mary's Hospital, Paddington. According to the Mail on Sunday, the name Michael is believed to be a touching tribute to Middleton’s brother-in-law who died while climbing Mount Everest in 1999.
It’s proving difficult to keep up our eyes on the court, as Wimbledon 2018 has been serving up some serious style inspiration.Celebrities far and wide took to their seats last week to kick-start the prestigious tennis tournament and have continued to inspire our shopping wish list ever since.On 9 July, the British Vogue fash pack touched down in their finest clobber before the royal family graced SW19 on the 12th with Pippa Middleton giving lessons in courtside chic.But with a plethora of A-listers set to attend in the coming days (psst, we cannot wait for the Duchess of Sussex’s upcoming appearance) there’s no telling who’ll steal the sartorial trophy.Make sure to stay tuned for the best fashion at Wimbledon 2018, as the action (both on and off the court) unfolds.Follow us on Instagram and Facebook for non-stop inspiration delivered fresh to your feed, every day. For Twitter updates, follow @YahooStyleUK.Read more from Yahoo Style UK: July fashion drops: the summer dresses, shoes and accessories we’re buying this month Best dressed celebrities: July’s top fashion moments so farFrom Princess Margaret to Meghan Markle: A brief history of royals at Wimbledon
Since stepping onto the scene at the Duchess of Cambridge‘s 2011 nuptials, Pippa Middleton has become something of a national treasure.Following in her sister’s fashion footsteps, Pippa’s sartorial prowess has never been more influential from *that* Giles Deacon wedding dress to her winning series of Wimbledon looks.Now, the royal in-law’s style has undergone a major transformation, as she practices maternity dressing for the first time with her first child on the way.In need of fashion inspiration? Take a look at Pippa’s best fashion moments to date… Follow us on Instagram and Facebook for non-stop inspiration delivered fresh to your feed, every day. For Twitter updates, follow @YahooStyleUK.Read more from Yahoo Style UK:Pregnant Pippa Middleton wears perfect summer dress for Wimbledon 2018 appearanceBoth Middleton sisters wore flawless summer outfits this weekendPippa Middleton confirms pregnancy after months of speculationStepping out at the French Open, Pippa wore a red, printed Ralph Lauren wrap dress with a Roland-Garros fedora hat, Ray-Ban sunnies, heeled Castaner Urban espadrilles and an ultra cute straw, cross-body bag by Boho Bags. [Photo: Getty]
Another day, another question for royal fans to mull over: where will Prince Harry and Meghan Markle spend their honeymoon?After falling in love beneath the stars in Botswana, the pair may well return as newlyweds. While many speculate that the couple could head over to the Philippines, as it was listed as one of the former actress’s dream destinations on her now-deleted blog, The Tig.Or perhaps the soon-to-be Duke and Duchess of Sussex will seek inspiration from Harry’s family roots?With details still up in the air, we take a look back at where British royals spent their post-nuptial days.From Prince Charles and Princess Diana‘s now-famous photocall in Balmoral to the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge‘s tropical getaway, this where the royal family has honeymooned in years gone by.Follow us on Instagram, Facebook, and Twitter for nonstop inspiration delivered fresh to your feed, every day.Read more from Yahoo Style UK: From afternoon tea to rooftop screenings: Where to celebrate the royal wedding Prince Harry and Meghan Markle’s royal wedding: The date, details and all the latest newsFrom Charles and Diana to Harry and Meghan: A brief history of royal engagements