Pippa Middleton cooled off with a dip in Italy ahead of her 40th birthday.
In exclusive photos obtained by Page Six, the younger sister of Kate Middleton showed off her fit physique in two different pink bikinis while enjoying a pool day during her vacation in Lake Como.
Pippa was spotted going for a swim near her hotel on Sunday after attending the nuptials of London-based influencer Belle Porter and Max Robinson.
The mom of three was seen taking a plunge in a striped halter two-piece with low-cut bottoms.
At one point, she switched into the Heidi Klein Sicily V-Bar Bandeau Bikini ($345) to lay out on the sun loungers before going back into the water.
Pippa also cut a chic figure in a white crocheted blouse, coral shorts and sunglasses while relaxing at the pool’s restaurant with a friend.
Just the day before, she stunned alongside her billionaire husband, James Matthews, in a eye-catching bright red Phase Eight dress ($540) for Porter and Robinson’s lavish wedding.
She complemented the ruffled gown with colorful beaded earrings, a dainty gold necklace and an acrylic clutch by designer Elizabeth Sutton featuring waves and a sailboat.
Pippa’s Italian getaway comes months after she was spotted rocking another Heidi Klein swimsuit on the beach in St. Barts back in February.
The flaunted her toned abs in the itty-bitty red bikini — just five months after giving birth to her third baby.
She and Matthews, who tied the knot in 2017, welcomed a daughter named Rose in June 2022.
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The British socialite and the former professional racing driver, 48, are also parents to son Arthur, 4, and daughter Grace, 2.
Although Pippa has remained mostly tight-lipped about her family life over the years, she previously credited swimming with helping her stay in shape during her pregnancies.
“From personal experience, I’d confidently say I find it has been the most enjoyable and rewarding form of exercise since I found out I was expecting,” she said in a blog post for Waitrose magazine.
“It’s comforting to know that it’s safe throughout pregnancy, and you don’t need to adapt and change too much (unlike most other sports).”