Spotlight turned to Pippa Middleton again, at yet another wedding, since Prince William and Kate Middleton’s wedding that raised Pippa to fame.
Pippa Middleton, the younger sister of Catherine, the Duchess of Cambridge, was in spotlight another time as she attended a society wedding in eastern England over the weekend.
Pippa attended the wedding of Laura Marsham to James Meade; Marsham is the daughter of the eighth Earl of Romley, and the groom, son of Olympic gold medallist equestrian Richard, is said to be a close friend of the Duke of Cambridge. While Prince William’s presence at the wedding was obvious, Prince Harry too joined his elder brother to the ceremony.
Kate Middleton was no where to be seen during the wedding but even in her absence, the other Middleton girl proved to be the show-stealer.
Pippa wore a teal blue lace dress by Tabitha Webb to the wedding that took place at St Nicholas Church in Gayton, Norfolk. The 30-year-old socialite looked stunning in her knee-length dress clinched at the waist.
Pippa kept her curls loose and completed her ensemble with a pair of matching stilettos and a hat adorned with peacock feather. She carried a box clutch by Tory Burch and accessorised herself with metallic gold earrings, bracelet and a wrist watch.
Both Prince William and Prince Harry wore tailcoats to the wedding ceremony.
Pippa Middleton’s teal blue dress reminded of a netted dress of the same colour worn by Kate Middleton during a concert to celebrate TeamGB and ParalympicsGB last year. The Duchess wore a teal dress by Jenny Packham for the event. Her floor-length dress featured netted back and shoulders.
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