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Sand­wiched be­tween news re­porters and royal en­thu­si­asts on the nup­tial front­line, Look’s Max­ine Eggen­berger re­veals what Pippa’s wed­ding was ac­tu­ally like IRL…

‘i’m go­ing to be late for pippa Mid­dle­ton’s wed­ding!’ i don’t usu­ally spend my satur­day morn­ings get­ting ready for so­ci­ety dos, but when the op­por­tu­nity pre­sented it­self to be in at­ten­dance of one of the most talked-about nup­tials of the year, i jumped at the chance.

then, of course, traf­fic hap­pened. how­ever,i made it to the quaint vil­lage of en­gle­field just in time to see the hem of pippa’s dress cas­cade into the church – we had to stand 250m away, after all.

Dis­tance aside, it was a very spe­cial day to be a part of. Vil­lagers spoke of how lovely the cou­ple are, re­porters prac­tised their cues to cam­era, and the roy­al­ists? well, they were just happy to be there.

After stand­ing in the rain, then sun, then rain for al­most an hour, the church bells be­gan to ring, with pippa and James Matthews emerg­ing shortly af­ter­wards. rid­ing through the heart of en­gle­field in their e-type Jaguar con­vert­ible, i don’t think i’ve ever seen any­one look more con­tented than pippa did in that mo­ment. sigh.

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