Back to being a mother! Pippa Middleton joins Princes William and Harry at society wedding… but Kate and Prince George are nowhere to be seen
Princes William and Harry with Pippa Middleton at society wedding Where’s Nico? Pippa looked in high spirits as she walked through the grass and chatted to guests – but her boyfriend was nowhere to be seen The Duke of Cambridge (left) flew solo while his wife and newborn son missed out on the nuptials Prince Harry shot a mischievous look as he attended the wedding of two of William’s close friends But despite the ride in the back of a tractor, Pippa Middleton still managed to look elegant in a teal lace dress by Tabitha Webb, which neatly fitted her toned figure. She finished her outfit with a complementing hat, which was adorned with a peacock feather. The 30-year-old columnist highlighted her tanned skin with a metallic clutch, chunky gold watch and bracelet, and a collection of rings adorning her fingers. Like her sister’s enviable bouncy locks, Pippa’s hair was perfectly teased into loose curls. The glamorous socialite, who wore pink blush and lipstick, was seen chatting to other guests, but there was no sign of her stock-broker boyfriend Nico Jackson. Pippa was rumoured to have got engaged to the 35-year-old during a recent holiday to Mustique – but there was no sign of a ring on her engagement finger at the wedding. Lady Laura Marsham married James Meade this afternoon – and were watched by friends and family and cheered on by wellwishers All smiles! The couple looked overjoyed after tying the knot in the beautifully decorated church, whose entrance was elaborately covered in cream flowers The bride walked from the neighbouring country home of her father, Julian Marsham,who is the the 8th Earl of Romney The Princes and Pippa avoided getting soaked at the ceremony, as the early morning rain gave way to sunshine during the couple’s vows at the rural church late this afternoon. The happy couple have a good friendship with the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge that has lasted for years. The son of Olympic gold medallist equestrian Richard, James Meade is a friend of William’s from his days at Eton and is so friendly with Kate that he took her to Badminton Horse Trials during The Split when the couple separated for a while in 2007. Along with Prince Harry, he made a speech at the Royal Wedding. Meade is engaged to Lady Laura Marsham, daughter of the Earl of Romney. Small crowds of wellwishers and royal fans gathered at points outside the churchyard, with cheers and screams for Harry as he arrived and left the service with friends. Guests, including Miss Middleton, were taken by tractor trailer to the church ahead of the bride The early morning rain gave way to sunshine during the ceremony at the rural church late this afternoon The married couple led the congregation from the church after the hour-long ceremony and they all walked back across a field to the Romney estate Hymns could be heard from outside the church, including Jerusalem. The married couple led the congregation from the church after the hour-long ceremony and they all walked back across a field to the Romney estate, where it is believed the reception is being held this evening.
Kate Middleton and Prince William’s Anglesey House for Rent as they Move into Kensington Palace
14, she attended nuptials of James Meade and Lady Laura Marsham in King’s Lynn, England. Boyfriend Nico Jackson wasn’t there but Prince William and Prince Harry, close friends of the groom, both were there. But not Duchess Kate nor baby Prince George. As usual at an English wedding, the hats stand out. Pippa wore a fitted dress of teal blue with a lace overlay and a perky oval hat in the same color, decorated with peacock feathers. (Photo: Danny E. Martindale FilmMagic) Story Highlights Pippa Middleton’s writing assignments are multiplying But she’s not getting much praise SHARE 4 CONNECT 4 TWEET 1 COMMENTEMAILMORE Pippa Middleton is determined to be a writer but some people are determined to mock her for it. The younger sister of Duchess Kate has picked up another column, this time in The Telegraph , to add to her column in a U.K. supermarket magazine and her column in Vanity Fair. Her latest effort, a regular essay titled “Sport and Social,” is not being greeted with kudos either. Her first topic, which appeared last week, was about boxing, which she calls “pure but pleasing agony.” She writes that she took it up for fitness reasons. “Most cringe-worthy column ever?” scoffed Twitter users in retweets. London’s tabloids pounced with stories about the “backlash.” The Mirror suggested her first column was embarrassing .
(Reuters) Prince William and Kate Middleton arrive at the Tusk Conservation Awards at The Royal Society in London, September 12, 2013. The house in which the royal couple has been staying at in Anglesey, is now available to rent. (Reuters) As Prince William and Kate Middleton move into their renovated official residence at Kensington Palace at the end of September, their house in Anglesey is now available to rent. Lord and Lady Meryick, who own the posh house located on the Isle of Anglesey, have reportedly put their property up for rent, according to E! News. The house was originally intended for Sir George Meryick’s son but he moved along the coast when Prince William and Kate moved in, an insider told the entertainment website. It’s an absolutely beautiful spot, it’s breathtaking up there. It has access to a private beach which nobody else could reach, onto the estuary…You could see the water from the bedrooms on the first floor, which look over the top of the outbuildings. The outbuildings surround a farmyard and you have to go through the farm yard to get down to the beach”, the source said. William and Kate, who have been staying in north Wales along with their son Prince George, will finally bid adieu to their house in Anglesey as Williams military service ends this month. The royal couple has often called Anglesey as their first home together. Prince William said a warm goodbye to the island during Anglesey Show in August. I have never in my life known somewhere as beautiful and as welcoming as Anglesey. The views across the Menai Straits are undoubtedly among the most stunning in the British Isles. I know that both of us will miss it terribly when my Search and Rescue tour of duty comes to an end next month and we have to move elsewhere, the 31-year-old said.