Pippa Middleton with new husband James Matthews on their honeymoon in Sydney. Picture: John Grainger Source: News Corp Australia
Pippa Middleton with new husband James Matthews on their honeymoon in Sydney. Picture: John Grainger Source: News Corp Australia

Pippa Middleton and husband honeymoon in Sydney

PIPPA Middleton and her new hubby James Matthews appear to be enjoying an around-the-world honeymoon after the royal sister was spotted on Sydney Harbour today.

The 33-year-old was photographed soaking in our city today following their trip, which started in LA, then French Polynesia and now the pair are here in Australia.

The details of where the couple will visit next is still unknown.

Middleton and Matthews, 41, made headlines after their wedding was widely televised across the world, costing to the tune of $1 million.

News Corp reported the country wedding included a $69,000 couture gown by designer Giles Deacon, a $173,000 glass marquee stuffed with blossoms so resplendent it outdid the Chelsea Flower Show, a Spitfire fly past, $122,000 dinner, $26,000 cake, $69,000 worth of caviar and A-list guests including Prince William and Harry and Roger Federer.

Now it appears Middleton and Matthews are still splashing out for an equally lavish honeymoon.

Middleton tied the knot with her banker beau in front of royal guests.

Among the guests were her sister Catherine, the Duchess of Cambridge, and Catherine's husband Prince William as well as their two children Prince George and Princess Charlotte.

News Corp Australia


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