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Pippa's nuptials dubbed wedding of the year

Pippa's nuptials dubbed wedding of the year

Reports suggest Pippa will have a Scottish themed wedding.

But her first foray into publishing, Celebrate: A Year Of British Festivities For Families And Friends, was met with cynicism from some critics.

Guests will also be ferried around by a fleet of 50 Jaguar Land Rover vehicles, it is reported, while a "surprise act" has been lined up to perform at an after-party which will feature "mega speakers".

Middleton, who became a global sensation when she was viewed as her sister's bridesmaid, will also no doubt be able to visit the posh and exclusive Eden Rock hotel in St. Barths whenever she wants and for free as it's owned by her soon-to-be-husband's parents. Within 24 hours, people in Britain and America wrote 2.8 million status updates about the wedding, according to Facebook calculations. She and Kate also have a brother, James Middleton, who is not married.

Pippa would later see the amusing side when writing about another celebrity with a celebrated behind, USA reality TV star Kim Kardashian.

James and Pippa dated in 2012 for a short time. They got engaged on July 17 past year.

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As Pippa Middleton prepares to step down the aisle today at her local village church, WWD chose to take a look at her marital home in London's exclusive Chelsea neighborhood. After the wedding ceremony, the couple along with the guests will move to Pippa and Kate's family home in Bucklebury for the reception.

There has been no official figure on the guest list.

Security is expected to be tight with several senior royals attending, guarded as usual by Scotland Yard royalty protection officers.

But the confirmed known guest includes Kate Middleton and Prince William, Prince George, Princess Charlotte, Prince Harry and his girlfriend Meghan Markle, and James Matthews' brother Spencer Matthews.

After chatting to the Duchess on Tuesday, Andrew Bates said: "She said that they were all really looking forward to her sister's wedding at the weekend, but she was a bit anxious about how her children might behave".

Her three-month "Bridal Membership" package at London's Grace Belgravia club included pilates, spinning classes and five weekly sessions with her personal trainer.

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How much are they spending and what is the theme?

In other news, an "anonymous Russian donor" is said to be providing 17 pounds of beluga caviar, so #normal.

As a result the 300 guests at the wedding are set to enjoy a wealth of food sourced from the region around Glen Affric, including haggis canapés and lamb, all washed down with local whisky.

The details of Middleton's wedding dress have not been revealed, although British designer Giles Deacon is the favorite.

Reverend Nick Wynne-Jones, who is the church's resident priest, is expected to officiate at the wedding.

The handmade gown, said an insider, is "very simple, elegant".

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