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Pippa Middleton had son Arthur last October with husband James Matthews, and has talked about how she likes to help him stay active in a baby gym

Pippa Middleton reveals that she is taking her 11-year-old son Arthur for weekly training in a baby gym to learn & # 39; physical skills & # 39;

  • Pippa, 36, keeps readers informed of her motherhood
  • She wrote in her Waitrose column that the baby gym helps promote exercise
  • Fitness fanatic Pippa shared fitness tips during her pregnancy in her column
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Fitness fanatic Pippa Middleton hopes her son will follow in her footsteps by taking him to a baby gym.

The younger sister of the Duchess of Cambridge revealed in her Waitrose Weekend fitness column that she is taking her 11-month-old son Arthur to her local baby gym for regular workouts.

Pippa, 36, explained that the fitness sessions near their home in London help to promote “movement, balance, and strength,” since toddlers must navigate in soft play areas, mini-trampolines, and others. structured activities.

Pippa Middleton had son Arthur last October with husband James Matthews, and has talked about how she likes to help him stay active in a baby gym

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Pippa Middleton had son Arthur last October with husband James Matthews, and has talked about how she likes to help him stay active in a baby gym

Pippa and husband James Matthews celebrated the arrival of their son in October last year and she is regularly seen as she balances her maternal duties with her gym routine.

In the magazine Waitrose Weekend the mother-one wrote: & Now that Arthur is 11 months old and more mobile, I try to come up with different activities that are related to him.

& # 39; I had to find more than just park walks in the pram. Our local baby gym has been a saving grace. It is a large space full of fun, soft objects, play mats, stairs, balls, swings, mini trampolines and more to stimulate and physically engage babies & toddlers.

& # 39; The classes have structured activities that help in promoting movement, balance and strength, but there is also free play.

& # 39; Arthur burns a lot of energy in this safe environment and learns many physical skills. I also noticed that he built up his confidence with every visit. & # 39;

Sporty Pippa put on her gym gear earlier this year while she pushed Arthur into a pram while she was jogging

Sporty Pippa put on her gym gear earlier this year while she pushed Arthur into a pram while she was jogging

She juggled and held her two dogs as she ran through the streets of London
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She juggled and held her two dogs as she ran through the streets of London

Sporty Pippa put on her gym gear earlier this year while she pushed Arthur into a pram while she was jogging. She juggled and held her two dogs as she ran through the streets of London

Pippa also spoke earlier this year about how she had followed Arthur for swimming lessons.

& # 39; When my son Arthur is four months old, he has gained confidence and pleasure in water.

& # 39; He is now six months old and swimming is one of our favorite activities. The exercise helps to sleep well during the day and the exercise has improved his digestion & # 39 ;, she wrote in a column in April.

Fitness fanatic Pippa, 36, is often seen with her pram in London and is a regular visitor to her local gym
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Fitness fanatic Pippa, 36, is often seen with her pram in London and is a regular visitor to her local gym

Fitness fanatic Pippa, 36, is often seen with her pram in London and is a regular visitor to her local gym

In the summer, Pippa looked like a superum when she jogged along the Chelsea dike for a walk along the River Thames – with a pram in one hand and her two dogs with the other leading.

The socialite was dressed in sportswear, wearing a vest that showed off her well-muscled arms.

Her hair was blowing in the wind as the dogs struggled to keep pace with her, chasing the baby jogger with their tongues blowing.

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Running with a buggy is a good way for new mothers to return to fitness, although it is generally recommended that babies should be around six to nine months old so that they are able to sit up straight and head to keep well.

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