Pippa Middleton, 34, is known for her double-take looks, with no exception now she is pregnant as she stepped out in a slinky blue jumpsuit for a charity event in London.
The sister of Kate Middleton has been married to her hedge fund manager husband for a year, and is now expecting a baby.
She announced her pregnancy earlier this month in her column for Waitrose magazine
Showing off her radiant pregnancy glow and turning heads, she attended a event for the charity Disability Snowsport UK.
During the event Camilla met with paralympians who competed in the Winter Olympic Games, a patron of the charity and keen sportswoman herself.
The photos, shared by the charity on its Facebook page, show Pippa beaming in the stunning blue jumpsuit and crisp white waterfall blazer.
Showing how well suited she is to pregnancy, Pippa looked stunning in the £345 Tephi London “Malibu” jumpsuit, which was cinched in at the waist – hiding all signs of the growing baby bump.
The jumpsuit was floor length with a high neckline, touched? around the neckline to give it more movement and shape.
She wore a simple pair of nude, pointed-toe stilettos to tie together the glamorous maternity look.
Peeking out from behind her glossy, shorter locks, Pippa also wore a lavender-coloured pair of Bimba y Lola tassle earrings.
With not much makeup needed due to her pregnancy glow, she wore a simple flick of mascara and some nude eyeshadow.
According to Hello! magazine, Pippa congratulated the competitors of the Winter Games on their achievements saying: “As a patron, I have been profoundly moved by the people I have met through the charity and the stories they have shared with me.
“It was obvious that these trips do wonders for the disabled soul – for self-esteem, for pride, and for confidence in their ability.”
Pippa has previously visited Scotland and the Alps with the charity and those who benefit.
Known for being the sporty one of the two Middleton sisters, Pippa revealed she felt “lucky” to have gotten past her 12 week scan without extreme morning sickness, like her sister has had.
Sticking to her training regime, Pippa revealed she still works out three to four times a a week, doing pilates, yoga and going to the gym.
In her most recent column for Waitrose magazine, Pippa mused about her exercise regime and whether she could keep it up.
Pippa said: “This being my first pregnancy, I had so many questions I felt were still unanswered.
“I wanted to know things like — would I strain if I served in tennis? Are all strokes of swimming safe?”
She also addressed how she is putting on weight in a manner, being “strengthened to support a healthy pregnancy, birth and recovery.”