Congrats are in order for Pippa Middleton and James Matthews. The bride and groom, who got engaged last summer, exchanged their vows at the wedding ceremony at St. Mark's church in Englefield, Berkshire. The 12th-century church, adorned with archways of pastel flowers and renovated for the occasion, made for a fairytale-like setting for the royal event. The bride arrived with her father in a convertible wearing a custom cap-sleeve Giles Deacon gown and a small bouquet of white flowers.
Her sister, Kate Middleton, Duchess of Cambridge, and Prince William and Prince Harry were in attendance, as well as her nephew and niece Prince George and Princess Charlotte (who served as page boy and bridesmaid, respectively). After the formal ceremony, the newlyweds shared a kiss in the floral doorway, along with a champagne toast, before proceeding down the walkway led by the handsomely clad children of the wedding party.
The festivities will move to the bride's parents Carole and Michael Middleton's home, Bucklebury Manor, a site with a Grade II historical listing. A glass greenhouse was constructed on the property earlier this week to house the reception.
See photos of Pippa Middleton's beautiful wedding below.
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