Pippa Middleton may not technically be a royal, but all eyes will certainly be on her when she ties the knot with fiancé James Matthews on Saturday, May 20, 2017. Us Weekly confirmed this week that Kate Middleton's younger sister will wed her longtime love at the St. Mark's Englefield in Berkshire, UK, and that the couple has already sent their save-the-dates. After walking down the aisle in the historic church, wedding guests will head to Carole and Michael Middleton's home in Bucklebury for a garden reception. Pippa got engaged to the hedge fund manager — who she's dated on and off since 2012 — back in July and was soon seen beaming on the streets of London while showing off her stunning ring.
Many of us were first introduced to the 33-year-old event planner at Kate and Prince William's royal wedding in 2011; Pippa made headlines for her maid of honor gig, and it wasn't long before the public took interest in her life and sweet relationship with Kate. While Kate has reportedly decided to opt out as a member of Pippa's wedding party (she doesn't want to "upstage her sister"), she will likely do a reading at the ceremony. Her kids, Prince George and Princess Charlotte, will also be involved: "Princess Charlotte is going to be one of the flower girls," a source told Us Weekly. "They're planning for Prince George to be a page boy."