Pippa Middleton wedding: Meghan Markle attends reception with boyfriend Prince Harry

Pippa Middleton wedding: Meghan Markle attends reception with boyfriend Prince Harry

Pippa Middleton wedding: Meghan Markle attends reception with boyfriend Prince Harry

Speculation had been rife that Pippa Middleton would waive her rumoured "no ring no bring" wedding rule for Markle, meaning the bride-to-be had requested that guests bring only fiances or spouses.

PIPPA Middleton has tied the knot with partner and hedge fund manager James Matthews.

Six years ago, Pippa Middleton famously held the train of Duchess Kate's wedding dress. Not to mention Pippa's head-turning wedding dress, custom made by Giles Deacon design.

Kate and William's two kids, Prince George and Princess Charlotte were part of her bridal train and they looked quite happy in their roles. Other guests included Roger Federer, his wife Mirka and Princess Eugenie. The cute siblings stole the show at the ceremony at St. Mark's Church on the Englefield Estate in the English county of Berkshire, then attended a champagne reception at the estate before retiring for the night. According to The Telegraph, the actress arrived wearing a maroon backless gown, but thanks to a strict seating plan, she didn't end up sitting with her boyfriend at the party in Bucklebury.

Her niece and nephew Prince George and Princess Charlotte served as pageboy and bridesmaid, under close watch by mom Kate Middleton.

Princes William and Harry arrived at the church on Saturday together.

Prince Harry's girlfriend Meghan Markle travelled 3,000 miles to the reception, and was picked up by the Prince who made a 100 mile round trip. "I would not be surprised if Prince Harry was not given a plus one, as the wedding guest list would have most likely been made in fall of a year ago when Prince Harry's relationship with Meghan was not as public", said Meier.

The airspace above both villages has been closed to prevent intrusive press crews from flying overhead or launching drones to get video footage.

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