Pippa Middleton’s wedding is right around the corner and it seems that Kate’s younger sister wants to revive an old tradition
Rumor has it that Pippa is in two minds whether to impose the ‘no ring, no bring’ rule to her wedding.
More precise, the ‘no ring, no bring’ rule suggests that if one of the guests plans to bring a plus one, they must be engaged or married to their partners.
The 33-year-old British socialite will tie the knot with manager James Matthews at the St. Marks church in Englefield on 20th May.
The same sources suggested Pippa wants to impose the rule in order to stop Prince Harry from bringing his girlfriend, actress Meghan Markle, to the ceremony.
Apparently, Pippa doesn’t want anyone to steal her shine on her big day and she also hates the thought that every single paparazzi or journalist will be more interested in Meghan’s appearance instead of focusing on the bride.
Pippa has good reasons to prevent this considering that Meghan stole the limelight to a wedding, where she was accompanied by Harry in Montego Bay.
A source familiar to the Middleton’s declared for Daily Mail, Pippa’s major goal is to avoid a media circus.
Knowing that all the press will be focused on Harry’s girlfriend, Pippa and her mother Carol are afraid that the brunette’s presence will generate a literal chaos.
Meghan Markle wants to arrive at Pippa’s wedding by Harry’s arm in order to mark their first public appearance as a couple during an official event attended by the Royal Family.