Pippa Middleton has welcomed her third child with husband James Matthews, and it's been reported that she has called her baby daughter Rose. Will the little one be getting christened like her cousins Prince George, Princess Charlotte and Prince Louis?
It hasn't been announced if Pippa and James will christen their newborn daughter, and it's unlikely that we will get to hear even if she does opt for a ceremony.
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The reason for this is because Pippa and James are also parents to three-year-old son Arthur and one-year-old daughter Grace and it hasn't been made public about whether they are christened or not either.
It is believed that Pippa is religious though, just like her sister the Duchess of Cambridge, because when she married James they wed at 12th-century church St. Mark's in Englefield in Berkshire.
Pippa has three children
Duchess Kate's sister actually attended Prince Louis christening while she was pregnant with baby Grace, showing off a hint of a baby bump in a pastel blue dress by Alessandra Rich.
The sisters are set to live closer to one another soon with both relocating from the city of London to the countryside.
Pippa has purchased a beautiful Georgian mansion in Berkshire while Duchess Kate, along with her husband Prince William and three children are set to move to Adelaide Cottage in Windsor.
Pippa's home features a whopping 30 rooms and around 150 acres of grounds that houses a walled garden and greenhouses, according to the Daily Mail's Eden Confidential.
Pippa was pregnant during Prince Louis' christening
The Cambridge residence is in fact more modest with only four bedrooms, but it is nestled within Windsor Great Park which is comprised of a staggering 5,000 acres of land.
The family will then be located much closer to Her Majesty the Queen who permanently resides at Windsor Castle with her team of employees.
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