It has been confirmed that Prince Harry will be in attendance at the wedding of Pippa Middleton and her fiancé James Matthews' wedding on Saturday 20 May. However, there was no word as to whether Prince Harry will be accompanied by his partner, Meghan Markle. The loved-up couple were recently spotted attending a wedding of one of the Prince's closest friends, Tom 'Skippy' Inskip, who tied the knot with Lara Hughes-Young in Montego Bay back in March. The pair looked to be in great spirits as they were dressed to the nines to celebrate the special day.
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It is yet to be confirmed whether Meghan will join Prince Harry
The sister of the Duchess of Cambridge also announced that the ceremony will be taking place at St Mark's Church in Englefield, a Grade I-listed country church that dates back to the 13th century. The couple have also confirmed that Prince George will be a page boy while Princess Charlotte will be a bridesmaid. The wedding of the year will be officiated by the resident priest of St Mark's, Rev. Nick Wynne-Jones, while the reception will be held at the Middletons' beautiful seven-bedroom family home just seven miles away in Buckberry. The estimated £5.6million home of Michael and Carole Middleton has 18-acres of land, and so could accommodate a marquee to host the festivities.
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Pippa and James will tie the knot in May
Although it is yet to be confirmed whether the Duchess of Cambridge will be the Maid of Honour on the special day, Kate has been a supportive older sister and was spotted visiting Pippa last Thursday, where the pair may have discussed last-minute wedding day details. The pair's mum Carole Middleton also appears to be getting ready for the big day as she was spotted visiting Pippa's home the day before Kate with milliner, Stephen Jones.
Read more details about the wedding of Pippa Middleton and James Matthews in the latest issue of HELLO! magazine, out now