Published: Tue, May 16, 2017
Finance | By Kristine Clayton

Pippa Middleton wedding dress details revealed

Pippa Middleton wedding dress details revealed

While we sometimes see Matrons of Honor at weddings, those who are connected to the royal family are expected to maintain traditional protocol, which means that Kate can't preside over her sister at the wedding.

We estimate the wedding will cost ten times the average Kiwi ceremony. However, Pippa seems to have had a change of heart and sources say the American starlet will accompany her royal boyfriend on the day. News. "She feels incredible".

So from everything we've heard, Pippa Middleton's wedding dress is going to be a stunner.

The latest news of the outfit we're all dying to get a glimpse of, is the above average amount of fittings Pippa has reportedly gone to. For brides, the practice is becoming increasingly common, the New York Times reported past year. "Her diet is the healthiest ever- she hasn't even had a glass of wine in months".

The outlet claims that Pippa has completed a "strict bridal body boot camp", a three-month program run out of Grace Belgravia health club.

According to tradition, a bride-to-be's wedding party should only consist of unmarried women.

"Kate would upstage her sister", royals expert Judy Wade told People previous year.

As the future queen, Kate would risk upstaging the bride and so may wish to remain in the background for the big day next week. Whether or not the request is true, it's certainly an odd one. As stated, Pippa Middleton has asked her guests to have with them a second pair of clothes so they have another outfit at the reception that will follow after the wedding.

According to reports, Pippa Middleton has already enforced a "no ring, no bring" policy for her upcoming wedding, excluding plus-ones of those who are not married or engaged.

With things looking so serious between Prince Harry and Meghan Markle, it makes sense that Pippa Middleton would elect to allow Meghan to attend and change her "no ring, no bring" rule.

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