Pippa Middleton took a cue from her older sister Kate Middleton and visited the Ayers Rock during their third leg of their honeymoon. The newlywed and her husband James Matthews were reportedly spotted cycling around the site on Friday. The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge visited the natural landmark during their royal tour of Australia back in 2014.
James, 41, and Pippa, 33, are reportedly staying at the the Longitude 131, which is a five-star wilderness camp that offers incredible views over Uluru from each of its 16 tented pavilions. The country’s Northern Territory, where the two are currently honeymooning, is a popular destination for travelers thanks to the Uluru. The spectacular red rock in the heart of the Australian desert and the national park is the ideal place for an active couple like the newlyweds to explore.
Pippa and her husband have been engaging in adventurous activities while on their honeymoon. Prior to touching down in Darwin on Thursday, the duo were seen jogging through Sydney’s historic Botanic Gardens and scaled the city’s iconic Harbour Bridge. They also enjoyed paddle boarding during their stay in French Polynesia. Pippa and James tied the knot in a fairytale wedding on May 20 at St Mark's Church in Englefield in front of close friends and family, including the bride's older sister, Kate, Prince William, Prince George and Princess Charlotte.