Kate Middleton's sister Pippa Middleton's wedding etiquette has been revealed ahead of her nuptials with fiance James Matthews
With Pippa Middleton's wedding day fast approaching, the bride-to-be's wedding etiquette has been compared to that of the average British bride.
As part of her upcoming wedding to James Matthews, Pippa reportedly instilled a "no ring, no bring" rule, which would mean that Prince Harry's girlfriend, actress Meghan Markle, would not be able to attend the nuptials.
Only one in 10 British brides who were surveyed agree with her guest-restricting rule.
They admitted that they have also denied a close friend or family member's partner an invite to the wedding if they were not married.
However, 25% of recent brides have also picked a friend as a maid of honour rather than choosing a family member.
This supported Pippa's choice of not appointing sister Kate Middleton, the Duchess of Cambridge, for the role, according to research by protein brand STRIPPD.
The bride-to-be is likely to have stuck to a strict diet plan and workout regime pre-wedding, much like 31% of other British brides who believe that losing weight is the most important thing on their big day.
Surprisingly, the research found that the average British bride found weight-loss to be more important than the wedding cake, which 15% of brides deemed to be the most important detail.
Shredding the pounds ahead of the wedding was also more important than the first dance according to 10% of the brides surveyed.
The research also discovered that the top five wedding dresses in the last 10 years included Pippa's older sister Kate Middleton, reality TV star Kim Kardashian, Amal Clooney, actress Michelle Keegan and model Kate Moss.
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