Videos Of Pippa Middleton's Wedding Let You Experience Moments From The Stunning Ceremony
At St. Mark's Church in England, Pippa Middleton and James Matthews tied the knot on Saturday, May 20. According to E! News, the British socialite and her hedge fund manager beau were married during "an intimate ceremony," and plenty of royals and celebrities were in attendance. Obviously, I would kill to have been a fly on the wall during this event, but right now, all most of us have are photos and videos of Middleton's wedding. At least these are a way that you can experience some parts of the ceremony, right?
The couple married at St. Mark's Church in Englefield, England. There's not much outsiders know about the highly anticipated event, other than the fact that the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge were in attendance along with brother Prince Harry. Kate Middleton and Prince William's two children, Prince George and Princess Charlotte, were both members of the bridal party. By now, dozens of photos have been released of the bride, groom, and their guests all dressed to impress, and there have also been a few videos taken before and after the ceremony.
In one short clip posted by BBC News UK, Pippa is seen arriving to the church in a classic convertible car. Upon exiting the vehicle, the bride stops to smile for a few photos, showing off her stunning handcrafted dress designed by Giles Deacon before making her way into the church hand-in-hand with her father.
Later on, The Guardian shared some footage of the royal family exiting the church after the happy couple officially tied the knot. The video shows the bridesmaids and pageboys leaving the ceremony ahead of the newlyweds, who are followed closely behind by Kate, who looks flawless in a blush pink, v-neck frock with a matching flower headpiece. It then cuts to Prince George waving through a window as he, his mother, and his 2-year-old sister are driven away right before the rest of the guests file out behind them.
It certainly was a big day for the famous family. While sadly most of us couldn't be there to see it play out in all of its stunning glory, the photos and videos are more than enough to make our hearts melt.