Spencer Matthews, Pippa Middleton

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Shield your eyes, Queen Elizabeth II

Pippa Middleton's future brother-in-law Spencer Matthews surely raised quite a few royal eyebrows when he stepped out in nothing but a pair of nude skivvies in London on Friday. The reality star, whose older brother James Matthews is Pippa's husband-to-be, posed nearly-nude in a store window for a promotional event kicking of London Fashion Week.

Matthews, 27, is known across the pond for starring in the U.K.'s version of The Bachelor, as well as Made In Chelsea. He's been an original cast member of the reality series following London-based socialites since 2011, concluding his four-year run on the popular show just last year. 

Spencer's become somewhat of a mainstay on English reality television, with his IMDB page citing a 2015 stint on I'm a Celebrity, Get Me Out of Here and a recurring gig as a presenter on Loose Women.

That being said, it won't be long until Prince William and Kate Middleton will be related (by marriage) to Matthews when Pippa ties the knot next year. 

Back in July, a source told E! News the Duchess of Cambridge's younger sis got engaged to the former race car driver after a romantic proposal earlier in the summer. 

The couple is said to be the perfect "love match," an insider told E! News when news of their engagement broke. "They've always had sizzling chemistry. He's now 40 and ready to settle down." Although the engagement didn't come as a surprise to some, it definitely caught Pippa by surprise. 

"She's over the moon as she definitely didn't expect an engagement so soon! While there is talk the wedding could be next year, Pippa has always been keen that her own nuptials are vey different to her sister's," the source added.

With the countdown to wedding bells now on, all eyes will be on Spencer to see what wild stunt he pulls next! 

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