Prince George gets telling-off at aunt Pippa Middleton's wedding

She and hedge fund manager James Matthews married Saturday at a church in rural England, west of London.

The Duchess of Cambridge, dressed in a bespoke dusty pink Alexander McQueen dress, was on child minding duties while the young royal's nanny, Maria Borrallo, was seated inside for the hour-long ceremony.

Also in the limelight were 3-year-old Prince George, who took on the role of page boy, and 2-year-old Princess Charlotte, who was a flower girl.

Prince William, the Duke of Cambridge, and Middleton's big sister, Kate, will be among the guests.

Sources tellU.S. Weekly that Meghan Markle and Prince Harry have arrived to Pippa Middleton's wedding reception.

This story will be updated.

Britain's prince George (L), a pageboy, attends the wedding of his aunt Pippa Middleton to James Matthews at St Mark's Church in Englefield.

Pippa, 33, wore a gown by British designer Giles Deacon, who said he was "thrilled" to work with her on her wedding dress. For her wedding, the sister of the Duchess of Cambridge opted for a Kate Middleton in a white lace dress with a heart-shaped back neck and a collar fireplace.

It's being dubbed the "wedding of the year", but one much-anticipated guest appears to have passed on her invite.

Pippa's sister, Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge brought along her husband Prince William as well as her two little ones, three-year-old Prince George and two-year-old Princess Charlotte.

Wedding Middleton arrived celebrity and, of course, nearly all members of the Royal family.

Kate also stood by her sister's side after she said "I do", just as Pippa did for her.

While all eyes were on Kate Middleton's younger sister as she tied the knot on Saturday, her new brother-in-law, British reality TV star Spencer Matthews, made waves on social media.

The mother of the bride, Carole Middleton, waved to cameras as she arrived at the church with Pippa's brother, James, on her arm.

Roger Federer and his wife Mirka were among the guests.

Tabloids have focused on details such as a rumoured Spitfire flypast and a £100,000 pound (RM563,576) glass marquee erected specially for the reception at the Middleton's home in the nearby village of Bucklebury.

  • Salvatore Jensen