Pippa Middleton and James Matthews will by tying the knot next week and just days before the wedding ceremony, the bride-to-be has come up with a new rule that asks guests to come with two outfits. It is said that Pippa wants the day to be special and therefore, she is taking every detail seriously, looking into the arrangements with her sister Kate Middleton.
Pippa Middleton and James Matthews are ready to walk down the aisle but days before the wedding, the sister of Kate Middleton has come up with a new rule that requires guests to bring in two outfits for the ceremony. According to NY Mag, Pippa wants this so that the guests can wear different outfits for her church ceremony in Berkshire and the wedding reception that her parents will host at their Bucklebury home.
Well, Pippa Middleton is entitled to have rules on her wedding but this one does sound a little too much. Even Vogue magazine has called it slightly high-maintenance and everyone is wondering about the arrangements that the Middletons have made to let their guests store their outfits. Is it going to be some locker-room like stuff?
In the meantime, Pippa Middleton and sister Kate Middleton are preparing for the wedding and the Duchess of Cambridge also met her sister's in-laws along with husband Prince William, claimed Mail Online. Last month saw the royal couple attending a dinner party at James Matthews' London mansion where brothers of Pippa and James were also present.
Though Pippa Middleton's parents were absent, it is said that the would-be couple has all the blessings of Carole and Michael Middleton. In fact, the Middletons are proud of Pippa's choice and approve of their future son-in-law.
It is worth mentioning here that Pippa Middleton and James Matthews will get married on May 20 and the wedding will be attended by Kate Middleton, Prince William, their two children, Prince Harry as well as his girlfriend Meghan Markle.