Pippa Middleton might not be marrying into royalty, but her wedding just might feel like it.
Princess Charlotte, who will have just celebrated her second birthday on May 2, will walk down the aisle with Miss Middleton at the secluded St Mark's Church in Englefield, Berkshire.
After much chatter about George and Charlotte's presumed roles in the wedding, Kensington Palace confirmed that the 3-year-old and almost 2-year-old royal siblings will serve as a page boy and bridesmaid, respectively, in the ceremony.
Kensington Palace has avoided commenting on other details of the nuptials because Pippa Middleton is not a royal, the report said.
The wedding is likely to be a modest affair, with the ceremony's 150 guests in stark contrast to the 1,900 that attended Kate and William's lavish Westminster Abbey wedding in 2011.
Princess Charlotte and Prince George will have special roles in Pippa's wedding.
First, " the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge as well as Prince Harry " will be part of the game.
The younger Middleton sister is tying the knot on May 20 to her financier fiancé James Matthews. That includes his brother Spencer, who is known for the reality series Made in Chelsea.
Pippa Middleton, the sister of Kate Middleton, will be getting married very soon! "Kate would upstage her sister", Wade once told People magazine. With Kate taking such a central role, she could take some of the spotlight away from her sister on her big day. "Kate would want to be in the background as much as possible".
The statement appears to settle speculation over whether the Duchess of Cambridge herself would be a bridesmaid, omitting her name from the list of official duties.
Pippa Middleton may not be a nice guest, but it's a nice tata.