Still flashing the ring! Pippa Middleton and her fiance James look loved up as they're spotted together for the first time since their engagement

  • Duchess of Cambridge's sister and fiance James walked dogs in London
  • Couple looked in great spirits as they shared a joke 
  • Pippa dressed down in beige mac, skinny jeans and sneakers
  • Couple are due to wed next year after James proposed in Lake District 

It's three months since their engagement, but the celebratory glow still hasn't worn off for Pippa Middleton and her fiance James.

The couple looked love up as they shared a joke while strolling along arm-in-arm with their dogs. 

Pippa, 33, the Duchess of Cambridge's younger sister, dressed down for the occasion in a beige mac and cream skinny jeans, sensibly opting for lace up sneakers. 

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Pippa Middleton, 33, and her fiance James Matthews looked loved up as they took their dogs out for a sunny stroll in London 

Pippa and James walked arm in arm with their dogs, the first time they have been pictured together since their engagement 

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As well as shielding her eyes from the autumn sunshine with dark shades, she naturally accessorised with her £200,000 art deco engagement ring with a three-carat Asscher-cut diamond at its centre.

Meanwhile, James opted for smart casual in a slim fitting dark jacket and jeans. 

Accompanying the pair on the walk were Pippa's cocker spaniel Rafa and James's black labrador. 

It was the first time the couple have been pictured together since their engagement was revealed in August.  

The Duchess of Cambridge's younger sister Pippa took time out  to enjoy a sunny dog walk with her fiance James, as the couple plan their 2017 wedding 

Pippa and James will reportedly get married in 2017 and the bride-to-be has already been looking at designer dresses

The happy couple strolled arm in arm as they walked their dogs, shielding their eyes from the autumn sun with dark shades 

The couple have reportedly set a date for the big day and will reveal all to family and friends around Christmas time. 

Pippa is having some luxurious ‘Save The Date’ invitations made, which will be sent to loved ones inside their festive cards.

And she is determined her gown overshadows the dress that she wore to sister Kate’s wedding.

Sources say Pippa has been touring high society bridal boutiques, including Suzanne Neville’s Knightsbridge shop – where dresses can cost £10,000.

It's three months since Pippa and James got engaged but their happy faces suggested that the glow of excitement has not worn off 

Kate's sister dressed down for the outing in a camel coloured mac, skinny jeans and lace up plimsolls 

Pippa flashed her £200,000 art deco engagement ring as the pair took a stroll 

Pippa's black cocker spaniel Rafa accompanied the loved up pair on their sunny walk 

The couple became engaged in the Lake District less than a year after Pippa began  properly dating the handsome hedge fund manager, 40, who is the brother of Made In Chelsea's Spencer Matthews. 

James asked Pippa’s father for permission for his daughter’s hand before popping the question, which apparently took the former party planner completely by surprise.  

However it's not been all plain sailing for the couple, as Pippa revealed that James has had to adjust to being in the public eye.  

'I have had a few years of being in the public eye and I have developed something of a thick skin,' she said. 

'But managing it all on my own has been quite hard. I have quite a lot thrown at me, such as being followed by people hiding behind cars and jumping out with cameras. It can be unnerving.'

Unlike her sister, she doesn't have any security guards or media minders.

'There's always something cropping up and that has to be managed on my own. 

'It's been a real eye-opener for James. There have been quite a few hurdles to negotiate.' 







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