The 34-year-old sister of Kate Middleton – now known as the Duchess of Cambridge – is due to give birth any day now.
And while Kate suffered from severe morning sickness during her own pregnancy journey with Princes George and Louis and Princess Charlotte, it seems Pippa did not.
Now Pippa – who is married to 42-year-old husband James Matthews - has revealed a tip that helped her through the final weeks of pregnancy.
‘I signed up to a beginners’ meditation class recently to master the tools essential for performing it effectively,’ Pippa has revealed.
‘This involved learning to meditate twice daily, ideally for 20 minutes, chanting a mantra, while sitting upright, eyes closed and focused...
‘Our teacher stressed that we should ensure we always make time for this because there’s always an excuse not to.’
Pippa went on to say that the idea of the ‘meditation window’ is to take your mind and body into a state of ‘pure rest’.
‘Most importantly, it allows an opportunity to restore and nourish both mind and body.
‘I was sceptical at first — but, after practising this discipline for the past month, I have noticed a huge difference in my mental wellbeing and sense of clarity,’ Pippa revealed.
Throughout her pregnancy Pippa has been regularly spotted taking to her bicycle in London.
But that’s not all.
in her column for Waitrose Kitchen magazine, the mum-to-be revealed she has been keeping active with swimming as her due date draws near.
‘I find it has been the most enjoyable and rewarding form of exercise since I found out I was expecting,’ Kate Middleton’s sister wrote.
‘It’s so good for you that you could swim every day – as long as you don’t overexert yourself – right up until the end of the third trimester.’