Pippa Middleton, 34, is around seven months pregnant and is expected to give birth to her first child with husband James Matthews, 42, in October.
The sister of Kate Middleton announced her pregnancy in her Waitrose Magazine column earlier this year, much to the delight of the public.
It seems that Pippa is embracing pregnancy, looking radiant as she was spotted in London yesterday.
Choosing again to wear baby blue, Pippa rode a bike through the streets of London, showing off her ever-growing baby bump.
Pippa looked impeccably summery as she left the KC Gym in West London yesterday. The 34-year-old wore a stunning floaty, pale blue shirt dress, coming to just below her knees.
The dress was emblazoned with pink and green wildflowers, a perfect choice for the summery afternoon.
It featured short sleeves which Pippa had rolled up, also leaving the top few buttons of the shirt dress undone.
The belt tied just above her almost bursting baby bump, showing off her pregnancy more than ever before.
She was also spotted at one of her first public appearances after announcing her pregnancy wearing a deep blue jumpsuit.
Just months away from her due date, Pippa could be hinting at the sex of the baby, with expectant mothers able to tell the sex of their baby after their mid-term scan.
Complementing the powder blue dress and pinky purple flowers, Pippa slung a maroon, leather rucksack over her shoulder.
On her feet kept things casual with a pair of unusual slipper-like shoes, beige in colour with pink lining and a bright green detail on the front.
After dismounting her bike, Pippa walked with purpose clutching onto her helmet, keeping her brunette hair tied back with a pink hair band.
The Waitrose columnist has made it her mission to stay fit during her pregnancy, revealing in her column that she still works out three to four times a week, doing pilates, yoga and going to the gym.
Pippa said: “This being my first pregnancy, I had so many questions I felt were still unanswered.
“I wanted to know things like — would I strain if I served in tennis? Are all strokes of swimming safe?”
She also addressed how she is putting on weight in a manner, being “strengthened to support a healthy pregnancy, birth and recovery.”
Luckily for Pippa, she did not experience extreme sickness Hyperemesis Gravidarum during her early months, like the Duchess of Cambridge did.