Here's what Pippa Middleton been doing to prep for her big day.
Now Pippa’s set to get married to James Matthews and has been gearing up with a pretty intense three-month bridal bootcamp at the upscale Grace Belgravia spa and health club in London, reported E! News. A "source" told E! that Pippa is meeting with her trainer five times a week, sticking to mainly cardio and Pilates workouts.
The health club is known for its hefty price tag. A weekend bootcamp program runs U.S. $355 for members and includes smoothies and snacks, morning runs, workout classes, and relaxation. An eight-week regimen that involves personal training, a medical evaluation, some meals, and supplements will run a member more than $3,800.
The facility also has a Medical and Wellbeing Clinic that gets you a team of doctors, nutritionists, and therapists for a personalized program. Services there include acupuncture, emotional wellbeing, hydrotherapy, intravenous infusions, and skin treatments like Botox or fillers. Oh, and there’s the home delivery of nutritious meals.
Pippa is known to be athletic, so her intense workout routine is no surprise. After all, the royal sister finished 2016's Great Wall Marathon in China with an overall time of 4:54:51—the 13th fastest female time on the course. She even shared a 10-week tone up plan with Waitrose Magazine in 2014.
The bride-to-be will walk down the aisle on Saturday, May 20 and even with a guest list fit for a king, it's safe to say her toned bod will certainly be the focus of attention.