Pippa’s ‘No Ring, No Bring’ Rule
With two months to the wedding, is Meghan Markle banned from Pippa’s big day?
When it comes to weddings, there aren’t that many rules: don’t wear white, don’t get too drunk, don’t upstage the bride. Ah. That’s where there’s an issue for actress Meghan Markle, who will apparently be crossed off Pippa Middleton’s guestlist for her upcoming nuptials. Megs, 35, has reportedly been snubbed after inadvertently causing media mayhem at the last wedding she attended with Prince Harry.
‘The last thing any bride wants is for her wedding to be overshadowed,’ says our source. Pippa, 33, who’s set to marry 41-year-old James Matthews on 20 May, has reportedly implemented a rule which only allows guests to invite a plus one if they’re engaged or married – otherwise known as the ‘no ring, no bring’ policy. Pippa, whose wedding will reportedly be held at a church in Berkshire, is said to have enforced the rule in a bid to keep numbers to a minimum. ‘She’s not definitely decided on the guestlist yet and she’s got nothing against Meghan,’ says a source. ‘She just wants her special day to be… special.’ Harry, 32, and Meghan were all anyone could talk about a few weeks ago, when the pair were pictured looking totally loved-up at a friend’s wedding in Jamaica. Especially as the couple are said to be already planning their own ceremony after a ‘short engagement’, as Look previously reported.
But how does Meghan feel about ‘no ring, no bring’? ‘She’s unhappy but understanding,’ says our source. ‘She obviously doesn’t want to cause any
Meghan doesn’t want to cause any trouble
trouble.’ While we’re hoping Pippa does a U-turn, she might want to consider the fact that Meghan might not be the only wedding-thunder thief. If Prince Wills’ daddancing in Verbier, Switzerland, is anything to go by, we think he’ll definitely be the talk of the party.
Will, take note: you’re one dance move away from being uninvited…
Thank you for the music! Prince William hugs the DJ on his night out
Prince Harry and Meghan look loved up in Jamaica