Should Meghan Markle Be Invited to Pippa Middleton’s Wedding?
‘No ring, no bring!’
The Duchess of Cambridge’s younger sister, Pippa Middleton will be marrying hedge fund millionaire, James Matthews May 20. The two will be tying the knot at St Mark’s Church in Englefield, Berkshire.
It was also announced that Meghan had received an invite to the wedding. This will be a very high profile event and the first time, the Suits actress and Harry officially step out as a couple together since dating for nearly a year. I can suddenly hear all the guys on Twitter, fist pumping whilst jumping for joy, agreeing with Prince Harry’s approach to taking things slow. However, just yesterday the two were spotted kissing at a polo match, displaying how serious their relationship is turning.
Reality TV star Spencer Matthews, 27 who is also the younger brother of James, will be the best man at the wedding, but it seems as though he hasn’t been given a +1 to bring his model girlfriend Vogue Williams, 31.
It’s even been reported that the married couple to be, agreed on a ‘no ring, no bring’ policy.
So it leads me to ask the question, should Meghan be invited to Pippa and James’ wedding? I understand that for an average couple weddings are extremely expensive, but I strongly doubt money is the issue here. She’s also not engaged to the Prince, so why was she allowed to make the cut? …Who knows, perhaps he’s headed towards popping that big question… (I hope)
Imagine being Spencer’s girlfriend for a second. How would you feel? Would you be fine with it, or kick up a tiny fuss? Understandably Prince Harry and Meghan have been dating longer than Vogue and Spencer, but attending on his own sounds a bit unfair, especially since he is related to the groom.
Will this new trend kick off for all weddings this Spring/Summer? Or can you see it causing a bit of tension between couples who have been together long enough to practically be married? Tweet me over at @Oloni I want to know your thoughts!
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