Pippa Middleton wedding to James Matthews: Royals to wear two outfits?

Posted May 16, 2017

With five days to go till the wedding of Pippa Middleton, many guests may still have a headache finding the right clothes to wear to the high-profile occasion.

Pippa's niece and nephew, Prince George and Princess Charlotte are said to have roles in the ceremony as page boy and flower girl, while the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge will of course be in attendance.

Clearly a fan of their offerings, Pippa was spotted returning to the £17 million mansion she shares with James Matthews clutching another bag of products.

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Even though Kate might not want to upstage her sister at this weekend's wedding, another guest might.

As stated earlier, Pippa wants a more modest wedding than her sister.

Meanwhile, royal author Judy Wade opined that the Duchess could prefer to be in the background for her sister.

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Meghan Markle - known for her role in hit United States series "Suits" - is now linked to Prince Harry. She enacted the "no ring, no bring" rule, which means a guest can not bring a date if he or she is not married to the person.

There has been plenty of talk swirling around lately about Prince Harry and Meghan Markle getting engaged at some point in the near future. News had reported earlier in the week that Markle already had two separate dress fittings for the wedding. In April, British fashion designer Giles Deacon refused to divulge details about Pippa's dress.

IBTimes UK has not independently verified the claims of the report, but reached out to Pippa's representative, who declined to comment on the matter. The insider added: "Very few people have seen the finished thing".

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She's reportedly had to have the dress taken in multiple times over the past six months because she lost weight, E! Not to mention her parents Michael and Carole Middleton will also be on hand to help; the Middletons have their own party planning business and have been heavily involved with their daughter's big day.