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Why Pippa Middleton’s son might have a more fabulous life than Kate Middleton’s kids?


There were no throngs of photographers waiting outside the Lindo wing of St. Mary’s hospital or no town crier done up in all of his Union Jack glory.

And when Pippa welcomed her baby boy with at 1:58 PM, we’re guessing Queen Elizabeth wasn’t on her call sheet.

But the new baby’s arrival was no less celebrated by the royals with Kate and William announcing through a Kensington Palace spokesperson that they were absolutely thrilled for Pippa and James.

An easier life for the new arrival?

Baby Matthews’ life will be no less gilded than that of his cousins George, Charlotte and Louis. Leaving out the HRH title and yacht named in his honour.

Also read: Pippa Middleton And James Matthews Celebrate Their First Child’s Birth.

And once the bouncing baby boy, whose name is yet to be revealed, is released, he has a palace of his own to call home. Pippa and James’ $22 million, five-story townhouse in London’s chic Chelsea neighbourhood.

Between the author’s six-figure book deals, columnist fees and her husband’s hedge fund manager wealth, they were able to trick out their son’s nursery just fine on their own.

William and Kate intend to stick to their every-other-holiday schedule.

Our guess is that they will be spending this December with the Middleton’s forgoing Christmas at Sandringham with the Queen. Pippa’s son is likely to get spoiled by Aunt Kate. 

As she reportedly commissioned silver-cast sculptures of George’s hands and feet for an $11,000 christening present in 2013. And bought out London baby boutique Amaia when Charlotte came along in 2015.

Also read: Pippa Middleton Is Copying Sister Kate Middleton?

Kate Middleton seems more interested in teaching her guy the true spirit of the season. The Duchess of Cambridge wrote in her planning guide that:-

“No matter how much we may adapt other celebrations. Come December we tend to repeat our own familiar customs year after year. And this is perhaps key to the magic of Christmas”.

“”Looking back, I really don’t remember the presents I received, nor whether the sprouts were overcooked or the turkey dry. But, what I do remember are all the small rituals we used to follow”.