Pippa Middleton continued her maternity style streak as she attended Wimbledon on Wednesday, wearing a casual blue striped shirt dress. The mum-to-be joined her brother James Middleton to watch the quarter finals, and appeared in good spirits as she walked around the stands ahead of the match.
The loose-fitting linen midi dress is from Ralph Lauren and has three-quarter sleeves and a tie waist, which accentuated Pippa's blossoming baby bump. The 34-year-old teamed the dress with black espadrilles, a cross-body bag and round sunglasses.
Pippa Middleton wore a Ralph Lauren shirt dress to Wimbledon
It was the second blue outfit Pippa has worn in the last three days, sparking speculation that she could be dropping hints about the gender of her baby. Pippa opted for a baby blue vintage dress from Alessandra Rich for her outing at nephew Prince Louis' christening on Monday, which she styled with a co-ordinating hat, delicate off-white silk Jimmy Choo heels and an ivory satin cloud clutch by the same brand.
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Tennis-fan Pippa has made two appearances at the Wimbledon tournament so far, and recently admitted that she had even been inspired by Serena Williams when it comes to keeping fit throughout her pregnancy. In her Waitrose Weekend column, Pippa wrote about her desire to keep fit while she's expecting. The 34-year-old, who is in her second trimester, said she is still playing tennis regularly. "I've been a tennis fan since childhood, as player and spectator, and have been keen to continue playing safely throughout pregnancy," she wrote.
Pippa is expecting her first child with husband James Matthews
Pippa went on to note the advantages of practising the sport, from reducing back pain to managing weight, and added: "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."