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Pippa Middleton chose a classy burgundy coat for her first public outing after giving birth

Pedro Marrero
Dec 06, 2018
02:23 A.M.
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The 35-year-old sister of the Duchess of Cambridge is going to have her first Christmas season as a new mother, and she was photographed for the first time since giving birth while attending a holiday-themed event.

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Pippa Middleton and her husband, former professional racing driver James Matthews were spotted as they left St. Luke’s Church in London hand in hand after attending a Christmas carol service on December 5, as People reported.

Since baby Arthur Michael William was born, the couple has kept a low profile and had refrained from showing up at official events, until now. Read more on our Twitter account @amomama_usa

Middleton and Matthews returned to the public eye wearing coordinating outfits to attend the special service put on by the Henry van Straubenzee Memorial Fund, and they looked adorable and happy together.

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Matthews was seen wearing a burgundy tie that matched his wife’s overcoat. Middleton completed her look with blue stilettos and dark black stockings for the post-baby night out.

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The Duke and Duchess of Sussex were also present at the annual traditional event, and this year a pregnant Meghan Markle gave a reading from the Marianne Williamson poem “Our Deepest Fear.”

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The Duchess of Cambridge’s younger sister married Matthews in May 2017 in a romantic ceremony, and more than a year later Pippa gave birth at St. Mary’s Hospital, the same place where all her three royal nephews and nice were born.

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Both Prince Harry and Prince Williams are patrons of the charity, named after one of the former’s school friends who died in a car accident. The fund helps schools in Uganda.

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Middleton and Matthews welcomed their first son on October 15, making Pippa’s sister Kate an aunt for the first time, and the Duchess was said to be “thrilled” by the newest addition to the family in an official Kensington Palace statement.

The Duchess of Cambridge’s younger sister married Matthews in May 2017 in a romantic ceremony, and more than a year later Pippa gave birth at St. Mary’s Hospital, the same place where all her three royal nephews and nice were born.

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