Unlike her sister’s wedding, a day of royal pomp and circumstance that was live-streamed internationally from Westminster Abbey, Pippa Middleton’s marriage to James Matthews will be a decidedly intimate affair.
She’ll walk down the aisle at her family’s church, St. Mark’s in Englefield, which sits on an estate owned by Tory MP Richard Benyon, ensuring the couple’s privacy on their big day.
Fortunately, for those of us who aren’t members of St. Mark’s there are a few photos of the church’s interior that illustrate the beauty of the religious venue. And there’s a chance that some of the public may catch a glimpse of Pippa and James at the altar, since the Church of England requires that “a marriage is a public ceremony which at the least all parishioners are entitled to attend… as long as there is available seating or standing room unless a genuine question of safety or security arises.”
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