Pipa Middleton's absurd demand from her wedding guests

TrendsIs Fashion Experiencing The Rise Of The 'Pippa Effect'

TrendsIs Fashion Experiencing The Rise Of The 'Pippa Effect'

She is reportedly asking her guests two things. 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.

"If I was a guest at this wedding, and right now I'm very glad I'm not, I wouldn't be best pleased with this request".

Weddings are expensive enough as it is, without having to fork out for a new outfit. Simon Glazin, a fashion writer, commented. So Pippa may well be planning on a change of outfit herself.

Kate Middleton (L) waves as she arrives with her sister, the maid of honor Pippa Middleton at the West Door of Westminster Abbey in London for her wedding to Britain's Prince William, April 29, 2011.

A sound system and screen is going to be set up for them to see the happy couple exchange vows. Prince Harry is also expected to be in attendance on the big day with his girlfriend Meghan Markle. The Suits actress, 35, was previously rumoured to be off the guest list due to the "no ring, no bring" policy.

Pippa's former trainer Matt Roberts, who has worked with David and Samantha Cameron, recently told the Telegraph: 'I know she runs, swims, and does Pilates and gym work.' Sources say she and Kate work out in the gym at Kensington Palace, doing cardio, lunges, crunches, squats, planks and push ups. In the meantime, Princess Charlotte is set to be a bridesmaid. Following etiquette, Kate could serve as matron of honor (which is essentially the same as a maid of honor, except that the "matron" is a married woman), but according to Yahoo, it's unlikely that Kate will be in the wedding party at all, even though Pippa was famously in hers. "Kate would want to be in the background as much as possible".

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