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I'm going to Pippa Middleton's wedding - you?

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mustardcream Wed 12-Apr-17 09:16:56

I don't have an invitation you understand; but I'm planning to go and stand outside the Church (or Mum & Dad Middleton's house, haven't decided yet) and watch the wedding party arrive/depart. Will be fun and a nice atmosphere, plus a good opportunity to see the Cambridge family. Anyone else planning the same?

bugattiveyron Wed 12-Apr-17 09:24:42

I'm going to the wedding grin

UrsulaPandress Wed 12-Apr-17 09:26:31

Well no I'm not.

But placemarking for your detailed reporting.

RoseAndRose Wed 12-Apr-17 09:27:25

Is it today?

user1482079332 Wed 12-Apr-17 09:30:41


gonegrey56 Wed 12-Apr-17 09:32:39

The church is on a private estate .

Shockers Wed 12-Apr-17 09:32:41

Why not?!

Butterymuffin Wed 12-Apr-17 09:32:53

When is it and where? I quite like wedding details, though I wouldn't go to the trouble of showing up.

cherryberrymum Wed 12-Apr-17 09:33:25

Oh when is it?

Itaintme Wed 12-Apr-17 09:35:04

What for? She's not even a royal.

sonyaya Wed 12-Apr-17 09:37:53

Apparently she is doing no ring no bring which says to me the whole thing will be utterly classless. Can't wait to see the dress though.

I think it's 20th May, or at least that's what the press report

theresamustgo Wed 12-Apr-17 09:38:48

Errrr why???

Honeyandfizz Wed 12-Apr-17 09:42:46

I presume you are joking as I cannot see why anybody would waste hours of their life on this.

Fatrascals Wed 12-Apr-17 09:43:52

I didn't know she was getting married

vixsatis Wed 12-Apr-17 09:44:20

What a bizarre idea!

Fatrascals Wed 12-Apr-17 09:44:22

What is "no ring no bring" ?

sonyaya Wed 12-Apr-17 09:46:30


It's where regardless of how long a couple have been together or their situation, you don't invite the partner of your guest unless they are engaged or married

Lflossy88 Wed 12-Apr-17 09:46:41

The controversial stipulation, which means 'plus ones' must be engaged or married to the invited guest, is designed to keep numbers low and relative strangers out. hmm

Leeds2 Wed 12-Apr-17 09:47:03

I was wondering that too, Fatrascals!

Ikeameatballs Wed 12-Apr-17 09:47:40

Also confused by "no ring, no bring"....does it mean that couples are only invited as a couple if they are engaged or married?..

Ikeameatballs Wed 12-Apr-17 09:48:03

Cross posts

AnnieAnoniMouse Wed 12-Apr-17 09:48:11

I can't be bothered googling, sorry, what the hell is a 'no ring, no bring'

If I lived close enough I'd probably go if I thought I'd get to see George & Charlotte - little cuties they are! I can't believe she's nearly 2, how time flies.

I hope Kate is planning on wearing a stunning dress that shows off her bum! 😂

Hillfarmer Wed 12-Apr-17 09:48:46

the whole thing will be utterly classless

You what? Do you mean tasteless? That I can believe.


BadTasteFlump Wed 12-Apr-17 09:49:23

No I wouldn't be remotely interested in the wedding of anybody I didn't know.

Although I am a staunch republican (anti royal, not pro-Trump grin) - so in my daydreams I may consider turning up with a few rotten eggs but wouldn't actually do it in RL.

AnnieAnoniMouse Wed 12-Apr-17 09:50:03

Cross posted.

Fucking hell, there's a new, bizarre, 'wedding thing' daily I'm sure.

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