PIPPA Middleton is preparing to welcome her first child with husband James Matthews.
The Sun on Sunday exclusively revealed back in April the pair were expecting. Here's all you need to know about when it's due and what it might be called...
The Sun on Sunday revealed back in April the Duchess of Cambridge’s younger sister, 35, and financier husband James Matthews, 43, had announced the news to their friends and family after a 12-week scan.
This means that Pippa's due date is in October.
Pippa is already aunt to William and Kate's children, Prince George, Princess Charlotte and their new baby boy Prince Louis.
The gender of Pippa and James' baby has not yet been announced.
The couple could choose a family name such as Pippa's parents - Carole and Michael - or James's - David and Jane.
Or she could choose Catherine after her sister.
Pippa, whose given name is Philippa, could also opt to use her middle name of Charlotte, although this has already been taken by her older sister Kate.
Or the pair may like to use James - after the baby's dad and uncle.
Arthur is a strong favourite for Pippa's sister Kate's new baby boy, born April 23, 2018.
He caught her off-guard by popping the question to her in July 2016, less than a year into their relationship.
James proposed with a hefty octagonal diamond ring, which comes with a central 4 carat Asscher-cut diamond stone, and a price tag to rival sister Kate’s own luxury band.