Wedding of Pippa Middleton

Pippa Middleton, sister of the Duchess of Cambridge, married James Mathews in a private service at St Mark’s Church on May 20th in Englefield, Berkshire. The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge were in attendance with Prince Harry and Princess Eugenie. Prince George was the pageboy while Princess Charlotte was the bridesmaid.

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The Bride and her father arrived in a gun-metal 1951 Jaguar Mk V car before the wedding ceremony of Pippa Middleton to James Mathews was held at St Mark’s Church in Englefield, Berkshire, where the guests were pictured arriving and leaving. After the ceremony, there was a Reception at Englefield House. In the evening, there will be another reception at the Middleton family home.

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The bride, Pippa Middleton, the new Mrs James Mathews, (looking absolutely lovely) wore a bespoke Giles Deacon lace gown with a Stephan Jones veil and the Maidenhair Fern Tiara by Robinson Pelham. The groom, James Mathews, wore Morning Dress.

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Pageboy Prince George wore gold knee breeches and a silk shirt by Pepa & Co. Bridesmaid Princess Charlotte wore a cream dress with peach sash by Pepa & Co and a flower crown.

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The Duchess of Cambridge (looking stunning) wore a bespoke Alexander McQueen dress with a Jane Taylor Hat and Special Edition Kiki McDonough earrings. The Duke of Cambridge and Prince Harry wore Morning Dress. Princess Eugenie wore a navy Paule Ka dress with a cream pillbox hat.

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One thought on “Wedding of Pippa Middleton

  1. Maybe your concept of royalty is blurry here but Pippa is not a member of the British Royal Family nor does she belong to any other Royal household. I realize that there were royalty at her wedding and apart of the wedding party but that does not mean she deserves to be listed amongst other British Royal Wedding posts.

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