Published: Thu, May 18, 2017
Entertaiment | By Minnie Bishop

Meghan Markle arrives in London ahead of Pippa Middleton's wedding

Meghan Markle arrives in London ahead of Pippa Middleton's wedding

Yesterday saw the Queen host her first official garden party of the season at Buckingham Palace. The facades of the houses were also placed on their 31 and were repainted to welcome the bride and her future husband.

It was revealed in April that Prince George and Princess Charlotte will be pageboy and bridesmaid in Pippa's wedding.

According to reports, the duchess is anxious about how Prince George and Princess Charlotte are going to behave on the big day.

Apparently, their mother is a bit nervous about how the kids will handle their roles at her sister's high-society wedding, according to the Daily Mail.

Rumors have also been swirling if she will allow Prince Harry to bring girlfriend Meghan Markle to the wedding.

Every detail about Pippa's wedding makes it seem, somehow, even more elegant and fancy than you could even dream of.

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It's all happening so fast, and we just can't wait till Saturday!

Having given birth to both Prince George and Princess Charlotte in the last few years, one would imagine Her Royal Highness the Duchess of Cambridge and Prince William may now consider their family complete.

Thierry - who had studied history at the University of Edinburgh with Pippa - was marrying long-term partner Patrick Heathcoat-Amory, son of Sir Ian and Lady Heathcoat Amory of Calverleigh, Devon.

Far away from Brazil and the world of professional football, Pippa will marry in a traditional church ceremony at pretty St Mark's in Englefield, followed by dinner and dancing in a giant glass marquee at her parents' mansion in Bucklebury, Berkshire.

"Pippa has met with her PT (personal trainer) about five times a week and mostly sticks to cardio and Pilates", an anonymous source told E! The exact number of guests invited (estimates range from 150 to 350) is unconfirmed but the church is small and for sure it won't be anywhere near the 1,900 guests who packed Westminster Abbey for the royal extravaganza on April 29, 2011. The report questions the "fetish" that fans have over Kate Middleton and the royals. Still a mystery but Pippa has plenty of close girlfriends among the rich and aristocratic circles she moves in.

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