Published: Fri, May 19, 2017
Life&Culture | By Rose Hansen

Here comes Pippa: Britain's almost-royal wedding on the way

Here comes Pippa: Britain's almost-royal wedding on the way

[Image by Pascal Le Segretain/Getty Images] Kate Middleton is sure to attend sister Pippa's wedding.

Perhaps this time Kate will return the favor! In London alone, more than 8,500 reporters covered the event.

The firm is catering for not only the wedding breakfast but also the dinner and after-party events.

Born on September 6, 1983, Pippa spent her early years in Amman where father Michael Middleton worked with British Airways, before attending a series of top private schools on the family's return to Britain.

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A time when Pippa Middleton's butt was all anyone could talk about.

After making an unforgettable appearance in a figure-hugging dress at the royal wedding of big sister Kate, Pippa will take centre stage on Saturday at the picturesque 12th century church of St Mark's in the Berkshire village of Englefield. They got engaged on July 17 previous year.

Prince William, a future king, will be there with his wife Kate, now formally known as the Duchess of Cambridge, and their two children, Prince George, 3, and 2-year-old Princess Charlotte.

As maid of honor, her eye-catching, sleek white gown made headlines.

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Middleton first grabbed the world attention's at the wedding of her sister in 2011 to Prince William.

'I would do her the complete opposite of her sister, ' he said. "It's a tricky situation for Pippa".

Pippa and husband-to-be James Matthews attend the Sunday service at St Mary Magdalene Church in Sandringham in January.

Among the most keenly anticipated guests are Prince Harry and his actress girlfriend Meghan Markle.

Reverend Nick Wynne-Jones, who is the church's resident priest, is expected to officiate at the wedding. "The Abbey follows the General Synod Ruling of 2002".

"I saw lots of people around the church, I presume a lot of people were press".

Markle is Jewish, but that does not pose a problem for the church, either. "Some of it has been hidden from the public the nightly legal battles to keep defamatory stories out of papers; her mother having to struggle past photographers in order to get to her front door; the attempts of reporters and photographers to gain illegal entry to her home and the calls to police that followed; the substantial bribes offered by papers to her ex-boyfriend; the bombardment of almost every friend, co-worker, and loved one in her life".

Big Sister Kate Middleton is said to be nervous about her little ones behaviour, having said she's "a bit worried" about how Prince George and Princess Charlotte will act in their roles as page boy and flower girl on the day.

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