As any new parent knows, getting out and about for fresh air is vital when you have a newborn, and Pippa Middleton certainly didn’t let a spot of drizzle hold her back from a family outing with husband James and their baby Arthur.
The couple were spotted taking a stroll near their London home on Saturday, with Pippa, 35, sheltering under an umbrella as James, 43, took charge of the pushchair.
The Duchess of Cambridge‘s younger sister opted for a smart casual look for the outing in blue jeans, teamed with a chic camel coat and charcoal scarf.
She wore her brunette hair tied back from her face and seemed to go without make-up for the low key outing.
Pippa Middleton, 35, and her husband James Matthews, 43, were spotted braving the rain in London as they went out for walk with baby Arthur and their Labrador
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Pippa opted for a smart casual look for the outing in blue jeans, teamed with a chic camel coat and charcoal scarf and shielded herself from the rain under an umbrella while her husband pushed the pram
She completed the casual look with a pair of beige trainers and an on-trend brown leather crossbody bag.
Meanwhile, James looked smart but casual in a wax jacket teamed with blue jeans and trainers.
The couple welcomed their first child weighing 8lb and 9oz at the private Lindo Wing, at St Mary’s Hospital, Paddington in October.
Last month it was revealed they had named him Arthur Michael William.
The new parents were seen out getting some fresh air with their baby son Arthur, who they welcomed in October, despite the drizzly weather
The name Michael is a touching tribute to Pippa’s father and her husband’s younger brother who died while climbing Mount Everest in 1999.
Michael Matthews went missing on the mountain’s infamous Death Zone while he was trying to become the youngest Briton to climb the world’s highest peak.
The couple are no doubt looking forward to spending their first Christmas as a family of three.
And Pippa’s mother Carole has opened up about what the hospitality they can expect if they spend the big day at the Middleton family home in Berkshire.
Carole, pictured with her husband Michael earlier this year, will be serving up a traditional meal along with a vegan option, having recently turned to a plant-based diet herself
On the day, the family usually head off to church in the morning before going on a walk ahead of opening their presents.
Lunch is smoked salmon with champagne, before the full Christmas dinner in the evening – with guests being treated to a vegan option this year.
Carole told the Telegraph: ‘I’ve recently gone vegan. Or maybe that should be flexitarian.
‘If I go to someone’s house for dinner, I’m not going to make a fuss. For Christmas, I’d probably have two options – very traditional and something vegan.’
Pippa Middleton and her husband James Matthews, pictured at Princess Eugenie’s wedding in October, welcomed their son Arthur just a few days later and he will likely be celebrating his first Christmas with the Middletons in Berkshire
However, acknowledging the needs of the little ones in her growing family, she added: ‘With young grandchildren, maybe we’ll move that forward and have it at lunchtime.’
The family will enjoy plenty of mince pies, mulled wine and mistletoe – Carole’s Christmas essentials – and then open more presents in the evening.
Speaking about her Christmas planning, Carole added: ‘Don’t get hung up on perfection. Often it’s the mistakes that make things memorable.’