Pippa Middleton's May 20 wedding was a grandiose affair held at a gorgeous historic church, made yet the more fabulous by the fabulous people in attendance.
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. William's brother Prince Harry also attended, sparking speculation as to whether his own girlfriend, actress Meghan Markle, would be accompanying him.
While Meghan missed the ceremony, fear not "Marry" shippers, as she reportedly made it just in time for the subsequent reception. According to the Daily Mail, the Suits star hit Bucklebury, Bershire, England for the party's big show, an air exhibition by a World War II Spitfire plane. The display took place on the Middletons' estate. E! News claims Markle had been in England since Tuesday, landing at Heathrow Airport and heading straight to Kensington Palace where she'd stayed for the week.
Markle's appearance at the reception was especially notable as Pippa had reportedly instituted a "no ring, no bring" policy. Her brother-in-law Spencer Matthews' girlfriend Vogue Williams was not in attendance.
Pippa Middleton married businessman James Matthews Saturday, May 20, 2017. The gorgeous wedding was held in an historic English village church near Bucklebury, near her parents' home.
The bride wore a jaw-dropping white lace gown courtesy of British designer Giles Deacon. Her nephew and niece, George, 3, and Charlotte, 2, joined their aunt as her ring bearer and bridesmaid, respectively. Matthews himself is the heir to a Scottish title. His father, David Matthews, is otherwise known as the Laird of Glen Affric, meaning that eventually, Pippa will be known as Lady of Glen Affric.
The couple was engaged just shy of two years long. They dated sporadically beginning in 2012.