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Us Weekly: Pippa Middleton's Pregnancy Workout Helped Her Gain More Confidence in Her Changing Body

Lois Oladejo
Apr 24, 2021
03:40 A.M.
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Fitness Coach Ashley Verma revealed how workout during pregnancy helped English socialite Pippa Middleton gain more confidence in her body amid fears.


Extra weight gain during pregnancy and after childbirth is nearly an inevitable occurrence for mothers. Pippa Middleton was not exempted from this. Despite the distress that comes with pregnancy, the English socialite decided to stay fit during her first pregnancy in 2018. 

In an exclusive interview, Middleton's trainer, Ashley Verma, elaborated on the workout routine of the mother of two during her past pregnancy.

James Matthews and Pippa Middleton leave St Mark's Church after their wedding on May 20, 2017 | Photo: Getty Images


Verma stated that the 37-year-old wanted to feel like she was doing everything safely while she felt comfortable with the change her body experienced. 

She further revealed that her point of interest was the posture due to the baby's weight, but the socialite insisted on working on her confidence.

Kate Middleton and Pippa Middleton in the Royal Box on Centre Court during day twelve of the Wimbledon Tennis Championships at All England Lawn Tennis and Croquet Club on July 13, 2019 | Photo: Getty Images


An easier way to carry out the daily routine was carved out. Verma finally obliged to Middleton's thoughts, saying the overall priority was for the latter to be very comfortable while undergoing the body change. 

Being active before the pregnancy was a norm for the author but being active during her pregnancy was something that needed to be commended.

Matthews and Middleton have become parents to two children.

Pippa Middleton at the launch her new creative entertaining book 'Celebrate' at Fulham Road on October 25, 2012 | Photo: Getty Images


The early stages of pregnancy are usually considered to be the most important. The columnist considered this, realizing she had to cut down her daily fitness routines.

She had doubts about performing certain sports and fitness positions, knowing it could negatively impact her. She had lots of questions that were unanswered.


The essence of the workout session was successful as the columnist was able to overcome her body insecurities. She finally gave birth to her son in St Mary's hospital in London with her husband James Matthews by her side. 

The birth of her baby came around the time the Duke and Duchess of Sussex, Prince Harry, and Meghan Markle announced that they were expecting their first child, Archie.

Matthews and Middleton have become parents to two children following the recent arrival of their second child, Grace Elizabeth. The family is also delighted about the arrival of the baby.