Pippa Middleton, the Duchess of Cambridge’s sister, will be a spring bride as she walks down the aisle at her family church in May next year.According to friends, the ceremony will take place on Saturday May 20 at St Marks’ Church in Englefield, Berkshire, with the reception taking place back at the Middleton family home in Bucklebury a few miles away.Prince George, Pippa’s nephew, is tipped to be a page boy and her niece Princess Charlotte, who will have just turned two, a flower girl.Michael Kors dublin airport The Duchess of Cambridge’s little sister shot to public attention when she wore a bottom-hugging bridesmaid’s dress at the royal wedding in 2011.
But she is said to have wanted a smaller, more intimate ‘family’ wedding when she weds wealthy hedge fund trader James Matthews next year.The couple are believed to be setting a marquee up in the garden of Michael and Carole Middleton’s mansion with upmarket Portaloos brought in for the occasion.Trendy designer Giles Deacon is rumoured to be making Pippa’s dress after he was spotted carrying garment bags into the £17 million house with his and hers bathrooms she and James share in London.Michael Kors dublin airport Chelsea florist Lavender Green is arranging the flowers – likely to include spring blooms like daffodils.Here is the Queen’s Christmas message in full:’There was a time when British Olympic medal winners became household names because there were so few of them. But the 67 medals at this year’s Games in Rio and 147 at the Paralympics meant that the GB medallists’ reception at Buckingham Palace was a crowded and happy event.
‘Throughout the Commonwealth there were equally joyful celebrations. Grenada, the Bahamas, Jamaica and New Zealand won more medals per head of population than any other countries.’Many of this year’s winners spoke of being inspired by athletes of previous generations. Inspiration fed their aspiration; Michael Kors dublin airport and having discovered abilities they scarcely knew they had, these athletes are now inspiring others.’A few months ago, I saw inspiration of a different kind when I opened the new Cambridge base of the East Anglian Air Ambulance, where Prince William works as a helicopter pilot.