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Here comes Pippa: Britain's almost-royal wedding on the way
19 May 2017, 11:52 | Max Haynes
Stacks of barriers several traffic cones and some velvet ropes were seen stacked outside of the venue in Englefield
It's not quite a royal wedding, but on the scale of hotly anticipated nuptials, it's pretty close.
It's been described as the society event of the year - and brand experts believe the build up to the wedding of Pippa Middleton and James Matthews has already been a huge boost to the couple's public profile.
It's set to be Britain's wedding of the year.
Middleton is said by United Kingdom newspaper The Telegraph to have insisted guests bring a change of clothes.
However, it has since been revealed that the Suits star has been invited to the ceremony, which she is set to attend with royal beau Prince Harry.
The Duchess of Cambridge has already admitted she is a little anxious about how her children will behave.
The Duchess of Cambridge told a palace guest this week that she is hoping for the best but admitted she is a bit concerned her children may act up.
It is understood that a firm which has worked with Prince Harry, Boultbee Flight Academy, will be organising Pippa's vintage aircraft fly-past, which will feature two Spitfires, and is estimated to be costing around $37,000.
But most of the details are being kept under tight wraps.
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And it appears the bride is eager to celebrate her in-laws Scottish history, by reportedly making her wedding Scottish themed.
Just a few miles away is the Middleton estate, where the marquee reception will be held. Queen Elizabeth's sister, Princess Margaret, also selected young attendants as bridesmaids at her 1960 wedding as did the queen's daughter-in-law, Sophie Wessex, in 1999.
Pictures of her wearing her white Alexander McQueen maid of honour's dress filled newspapers for weeks afterwards. And her svelte figure turned her into a celebrity on social media.
Pippa is the second of the three Middleton children, a year younger than Kate and four years older than businessman James.
But when Markle touched down in London days before the wedding, Vanity Fair reported Middleton had granted the fifth in line to the British throne his wish, and his leading lady will now be at the church too.
"It's been a insane couple of years since my sister's wedding but it's had its upsides and downsides and I just feel really fortunate to be able to build a career as a writer", she said a year after her sister's wedding.
After they dated for a year, Mr Matthews proposed on a romantic walk with a diamond the size of the Isle of Man. Matthews' parents are multi-millionaires - his father, David, was a racing driver-turned-property developer.
The wealthy Matthews has shunned the spotlight, but his brother Spencer Matthews has compensated for that with his role on the reality TV show "Made in Chelsea".
Throw into the mix the most high-profile appearance yet of Queen Elizabeth's grandson Prince Harry with his US actress girlfriend and a future British king acting as page boy, Middleton's marriage to financier James Matthews has sparked a press frenzy with papers poring over the wedding plans.
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