Here's (Probably) Why Meghan Markle Didn't Attend Pippa Middleton's Wedding
- Author: Salvatore Jensen May 20, 2017,
May 20, 2017, 22:17
Just Kate Middleton, Prince William, Prince Harry, and the royal babies were attended and photographed at St. Mark's church.
After the ceremony, Pippa and James walked hand-in-hand from the church and posed for the waiting press before sharing a lingering kiss at the lych gate as their married life began.
The bride looked spectacular in a Giles Deacon dress, but what were the high profile guests wearing?
Pippa Middleton arrives with her father Michael Middleton for her wedding to James Matthews at St Mark's Church in Englefield, England Saturday, May 20, 2017.
The shoes were a Manolo Blahnik pump, in an ivory satin with bespoke pearl detailing.
Ms Shaw said she was hoping to see Prince George and Princess Charlotte, who will star as a pageboy and bridesmaid, despite worries about their behaviour expressed by their mother, the Duchess of Cambridge.
"(Prince) George was waving, (Princess) Charlotte was waving and Kate stooped next to them.
Princess Eugenie donned a navy blue dress for the occasion.
Meghan is expected to attend the wedding despite Pippa's "no ring no bring" policy as she was spotted outside a Soho spa yesterday after flying into London on Tuesday.
A few minutes before Pippa arrived in an open topped vintage auto, as her father sat beside her, the page boys and bridesmaids were driven down from the Middletons' home, also in classic cars.
The 68-year-old, whose daughter and son married at the same church, said the bride and groom looked "very happy" as they waved to the small crowd gathered on the church green.
Press photographers and journalists have been given permission to take pictures as numerous guests arrive and have gathered in a pack outside. They seemed relaxed as they strolled into the church perhaps relieved they didn't have a role to play in the wedding party.
See more on Middleton's big day in the video below. She rearranged her train and other parts of her dress before she made her procession into St Mark's.
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.
William, the second in line to the throne, arrived with his brother Prince Harry at St Mark's Church in Englefield, a quiet rural village west of London near the Middleton family home.
The bride's parents, Carole and Michael Middleton, have had an elaborate glass marquee built on their estate for the reception.