The younger sister of the Duchess of Cambridge, 38, is reported to have given birth “a couple of weeks ago” to another little girl, according to PEOPLE.
Pippa is already mum to four year old son Arthur, as well as 15 month old daughter, Grace, both of whom she shares with James, 46, who she married in 2017.
If reports are correct and Pippa gave birth two weeks ago then her new bundle of joy shares a sweet link with elder cousin Prince George.
Eight year old George will be turning nine on 22 July making him a Cancer – the same star sign as Pippa’s youngster.
Prince George is on the cusp of being a Cancer, as on July 23 the zodiac welcomes in Leos.
According to astrology experts those born under Cancer are “very emotional and sensitive, and care deeply about matters of the family and their home. Cancer is sympathetic and attached to people they keep close.”
Cancer’s traits are “tenacious, highly imaginative, loyal, emotional, sympathetic and persuasive”.
They are also thought to be big on family, meaning George and his cousin could share a very close relationship: “Cancer is the sign of family and these individuals care about family bonds and their home more than any other sign of the zodiac”.
Pippa is said to have given birth in the same place as her royal sister Kate, 40, at the Lindo Wing of St. Mary’s Hospital in London.
The pair locked eyes at the luxury Eden Hotel in St Barts, which is owned by the Matthews family; but the duo didn’t couple up immediately and it took five years for them to begin dating.
Their initial romance was short-lived after Pippa went on to be connected to stockbroker Nico Jackson, whom she dated between 2013-2015.
Pippa and James reconciled in 2016, however, and went on to get engaged the same year.
Tying the knot in May 2017, the pair welcomed first-born Arthur a year later, with daughter Grace arriving in 2021.
Pippa’s baby joy comes after the mum-of-three recently opened up about her passion for sport and love of children.
She’s currently doing a Master’s degree in Physical Education, Sport and Physical Literacy at the University of Wales Trinity Saint David.
In a statement from the university, Pippa said: “I am passionate about sport and exercise and also love being with children. I wanted to find a topic that combined these two and felt that there wasn’t enough information, knowledge or focus on early years physical development for mums particularly.
“I wanted to learn to not only help my own children but to also continue work in the field to stress the importance of children moving from an early age.”