If you're curious about what kind of bride Pippa Middleton will be on her May 20th wedding day, we're going to guess "traditional." Why? Well the Duchess of Cambridge's sister has apparently picked in Englefield, Berkshire for her ceremony to fiancée James Matthews, which is the same place her family has attended church for years.
The 12th-century Victorian building is located on a private estate owned by Tory MP Richard Benyon, which will ensure the couple has their privacy on their big day. But that doesn't mean this place of worship is reserved just for royalty. Many couples get married here every year, including this pair who strolled down the same aisle Pippa and her groom will walk down soon.
As you can see, the inside of the church is just as traditional and elaborate as the exterior. Stained glass windows pop behind the arch at the front and wood pews line the long aisle. Another perk of this venue? Prince George and Princess Charlotte, both of whom are expected to be part of the ceremony as a page boy and flower girl, are familiar with the space. After all, it's where they attended Christmas service last year with their parents.
Of course, Middleton and Matthews were there, too. We have to wonder if they were talking to the priest about their upcoming nuptials on their way out of Christmas mass.
Since the church is located just six miles from the Middleton's family home, rumor has it that wedding guests will be heading back there after the ceremony where a marquee will be set up in the backyard for the reception. Though it doesn't sound like it'll be your average backyard shindig. Don't mind us as we wait on the edge of our chairs for pictures.