She is only a few weeks away from welcoming her first child.
But it seems that Pippa Middleton sticks to her rigorous exercise regimen after she was seen visiting her local gym on Friday.
The Duchess of Cambridge's sporty younger sister was radiant when she left Define Fitness Studio in Fitzrovia, which charges more than £ 28 per class.
According to the viewers, the author and high society seemed to have enjoyed a one-on-one training session with founder Ashley Verma, a former Broadway dancer.
The pregnant 34-year-old Pippa Middleton was seen leaving Define Fitness at the Fitzrovia in London on Friday. It is believed that he had a one-on-one session with founder Ashley Verma
Pippa, who is married to financier James Matthews, 42, was informally dressed in a light gray sweatshirt and black leggings.
The Waitrose columnist is also a great tennis fan and recently revealed that she has continued to enjoy the game during her first pregnancy, inspired by Serena Williams.
The author said that Serena, a friend of the Duchess of Sussex with whom she will have elbowed at the royal wedding in May, "famously demonstrated that women can play a high level of tennis from two months to eight months. "
"Few of us can relate to this elite excellence, but if you are a healthy and well-trained player with a pregnancy without complications there is no reason why you can not continue with a good level of tennis," said Pippa.
Pippa Middleton, the sporting younger sister of the Duchess of Cambridge, shone when she left Define Fitness Studio in Fitzrovia, which charges more than £ 28 per class, on Friday
The pregnant Pippa Middleton leaves the gym in London on Friday. She is also an enthusiastic tennis fan and recently revealed how she has continued to enjoy the game during her first pregnancy.
Pippa Middleton leaves the Define Fitness studio in London on Friday. Pippa is known to be a gym enthusiast, and has competed in triathlons and swimming competitions in the past.
He also joked that being paired with a pregnant player can distract opponents and write: "In the spirit of competition, now is the time to make the most of them."
Pippa also revealed how swimming had helped her stay in shape with the added benefit of preventing swelling during the heat wave.
Writing in her column for Waitrose Weekend, she said: "Swimming throughout pregnancy offers a wonderful feeling of weightlessness.
"From personal experience, I will certainly affirm that I find it to have been the most pleasurable and rewarding form of exercise since I discovered that I was waiting."
It is known that Pippa is a great fan of the gym and has competed in triathlons and swimming competitions in the past.