Pippa Middleton ‘buys £15million house in childhood village after giving birth

Pippa Middleton has reportedly invested in a £15 million house in her childhood village following the alleged arrival of her third child.

The younger sister of Kate Middleton, Pippa, 38, is said to have purchased a home for her growing brood in Berkshire where the Middleton family lived when she was a child.

Author and columnist Pippa reportedly gave birth this month to her third child with husband James Matthews, 46 – whom she's been married to since 2017.

Pippa is already proud mum to four year son Arthur, as well as 15 month old daughter, Grace.

With their family growing, The Daily Mail has reported that the couple are planning a move out of London and have bought a new home about 20 minutes from her parents’ home in the Berkshire village of Bucklebury.

The new £15 million Georgian mansion is reported to have 30 rooms and approximately 150 acres of land.

The property is not thought to have been on the general market and the sale is thought to have been carried out privately.

A friend of the couple told the publication: “Pippa and her family are thrilled.

“It’s a very exciting time in their lives.

“They are looking forward to living closer to her parents.”

OK! has contacted a representative for Pippa for comment.

Pippa first met now-husband,Made In ChelseastarSpencer Matthews'brother James, in 2007, on one of the world's most beautiful Caribbean islands.

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.

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."

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