Pippa Middleton, Nico Jackson


Looks like Pippa Middleton and boyfriend Nico Jackson have returned to the U.K.—and they've brought back a little sunburn as a souvenir from their vacation!

The couple was spotted touching down at London's Heathrow airport on Sunday, Dec. 8, where the twosome was snapped strolling through the terminal with a large load of luggage following their romantic trip to India.

Middleton, who appeared a bit red-faced thanks to the sun in South Asia, looked travel chic in a casual, yet stylish ensemble, sporting gray a blouse with a Peter Pan-collar from Cashmere by Tania, as well as a cream-colored sweater, skinny jeans and tan ankle boots. Her handsome man, who pushed the couple's luggage like a proper gentleman, rocked a navy sweater, jeans and Converse sneakers.

While the couple reportedly visited the Taj Mahal and clearly packed quite a bit for their trip, there was no sign of any engagement bling on Pippa's ring finger as Prince George's aunt returned from her travels.

In fact, Kate Middleton's little sis kept her jewelry to a minimum for the lengthy trip, sporting only a simple pinky ring, similar to the one she wore at the Sugarplum ball, on her left hand.

In September, rumors were swirling that Middleton's 35-year-old stockbroker beau had popped the question, but reports claimed the pair were keeping their engagement under wraps as they didn't want to take any attention away from Prince William, Kate and the royal baby.

However, the 30-year-old party planner has stepped out a number of times without a ring—the most recent being at the Sugarplum ball in late November—following the engagement speculation, despite multiple reports claiming that the younger sister to the Duchess of Cambridge is set to walk down the aisle next spring.

Neither Pippa nor Nico, who have been dating for about eight months, have yet to confirm or deny the reports.

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