Meghan Markle arrives as Prince Harry's date for Pippa Middleton's wedding reception

Meghan Markle arrives as Prince Harry's date for Pippa Middleton's wedding reception

The couple were married in St Mark's Church in Englefield, England overnight.

Duchess of Cambridge, Kate Middleton, was reportedly a little anxious that her children might misbehave at her sister Pippa's wedding, according to news reports, but it turns out that the royal children were on their best behavior - and they almost stole the show.

Kate Middleton's younger sister Pippa Middleton married hedge-fund boss James Matthews at a quiet estate church in Berkshire.

Since there were several hours to kill between the wedding ceremony itself and the evening reception, there was plenty of time for Prince Harry to make the short drive back to London to retrieve his girlfriend.

Insiders are already predicting an engagement announcement for Prince Harry and Markle this year. The bride's uncle, Gary Goldsmith, shared a snap of the pair, noting they had given "everyone time and attention", at the wedding.

Princess Charlotte and Prince George were included in their aunt's wedding party - with Charlotte performing bridesmaid duties and George acting as a pageboy.

Pippa, 33, was driven to the reception by her new 41-year-old financier husband in a rare E-type Jaguar.

It had been reported that Spencer's model girlfriend and former Jump co-star Vogue Williams hadn't received an invite to Pippa's wedding, with sources suggesting that Pippa had "a no ring no bring" policy (via The Sun).

Around 300 guests were treated to an acrobatic aerial performance by Supermarine Spitfire, a fighter aircraft used by the Royal Airforce during World War II.

Pippa and James have spent the past week preparing for all eyes to be on them as they tied the knot in a ceremony on front of at least 100 guests - including two potential future British Kings - before they head to the Middleton family home for a Scottish-themed reception.

Meghan could be seen in a long black drew, sunglasses and a white jacket.

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