She set off for in style from Englefield earlier in the month, and now Pippa Middleton has touched down in Sydney for the second leg of her honeymoon.
Pictured around Sydney Harbour on Wednesday morning, Pippa looked every inch the glowing bride as she set off on a sea plane for an exclusive waterfront lunch.
She paired a chic black blazer with a white and black striped dress by Kate Spade for the occasion.
The dress couldn’t be contained by the winds in Sydney on Wednesday afternoon, however, when Pippa struggled with her very own Marilyn moment as the full skirt billowed in the wind.
The blushing bride giggled as she pushed her dress down in the breeze.
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Pippa Middleton’s suffered a ‘Marilyn Monroe moment’ as her Kate Spade dress billowed in the wind after an exclusive waterfront lunch at Cottage Point Inn on Wednesday (pictured)
Monroe’s dress blew up in this famous scene (pictured) from her 1955 film ‘The Seven Year Itch’
The 33-year-old struggled with her own Marilyn moment, as she tried to re-board her sea plane (pictured)
The honeymooner appeared to be struggling with the chilly Sydney breeze and as she pushed her dress down
But in spite of the cool weather, Pippa looked ever-stylish in her monochrome outfit which she paired with espadrilles
The Kate Spade dress – which retails for AUD $798 (GBP £464; USD $595) – features ‘a luxurious blend of linen and silk, printed with stripes and finished with a tasseled tie at the neck’, according to the Kate Spade website.
The Kate Spade website also states that it is ‘equal parts festive, polished and laid-back’.
‘Wear it with sandals, slides or heels, anywhere from the boardwalk to the boardroom,’ it reads.
Pippa finished off the outfit with black espadrilles – believed to be by the Spanish brand sold on Net-a-Porter, Castaner, Persol sunglasses and a black leather bag by Aspinal of London.
For the occasion, the glowing bride was wearing a white dress with black stripes and a black jacket to keep out the cold (pictured)
Pippa Middleton was pictured with her new husband, James Matthews, around Sydney Harbour on Wednesday morning (pictured)
Pippa was photographed later in the day leaving the exclusive waterfront hideaway where she had lunch (pictured)
Her $800 Kate Spade dress was visible for all to see as she exited the restaurant – having removed her jacket from earlier (pictured)
The Small Lottie handbag retails for AUD $895 (£425 GBP, USD $745), while the Castaner sandals cost around AUD $100 (£58 GBP; $74 USD).
She also wore a Rolex Oyster Perpetual watch, which features a Mother of Pearl dial.
Pippa was grinning from ear to ear as she boarded a water taxi with her new husband, James Matthews, on Wednesday morning.
The happy newlyweds touched down in Sydney reportedly on Tuesday night, after disembarking a flight from New Zealand.
Pippa finished off the outfit with black espadrilles, sunglasses and a black leather bag by Aspinal of London (pictured)
She was grinning from ear to ear as she boarded a water taxi with her new husband, James Matthews, on Wednesday morning (pictured)
The 33-year-old looked effortlessly chic – as she channelled a Breton vibe in black and white
The 33-year-old looked effortlessly chic – as she channelled a Breton vibe in her black and white outfit sported for a lunch at Cottage Point Inn.
Pippa wore her hair straight for the occasion and left her legs bare to bask in the Sydney sunshine.
Her arms – which occupied pride of place in her Giles Deacon wedding dress earlier in the month – were covered by a black jacket to keep out the cooling climes.
Meanwhile, Pippa’s blingy engagement ring and more understated wedding band were visible for all to see for the first time since they were spotted several weeks ago at St Mark’s Church.
Pippa’s blingy engagement ring and more understated wedding band were visible for all to see for the first time since they were spotted several weeks ago at St Mark’s Church (pictured)
Pippa got married in Englefield earlier in the month (pictured), where she wore a Giles Deacon gown
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
Pippa later removed her black jacket as she left Cottage Point Inn with a smile on her face (pictured)
Pippa and James are thought to be staying in a waterfront hotel with first class views of Sydney’s Vivid Festival (pictured leaving Cottage Point Inn)
Pippa and James are thought to be staying in a waterfront hotel with first class views of Sydney’s Vivid Festival.
They have come on to Sydney from French Polynesia, where they have spent their time island hopping in the sun.
The pair’s arrival in Sydney comes just days before Prince Harry is expected to touch down in ‘early June’ to attend events celebrating Sydney’s hosting of the 2018 Invictus Games.
They spent their first day taking a water taxi and then a sea plane to an exclusive waterfront hideaway.
The pair dined at Cottage Point Inn, in the picturesque Ku-ring-gai National Chase Park. The restaurant boasts some exclusive Australian dishes, including kangaroo tartare.
This famous moment has become one of the most iconic photographs of Monroe’s career