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Please use a supported version for the best MSN experience. Wedding drama as Pippas in-laws are told they cant stay at the Middleton House Evoke.ie 17/4/2017 Alison Ring Provided by Associated News Pippa Middleton Wedding With just over a month until Pippa Middletons wedding, theres drama in store as her in-laws have been told to find alternate accommodation. According to reports, David and Jane Matthews have been told that they wont be able to stay at the Middleton House (where the reception is being hosted), as the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge will be staying their instead. The Matthews will allegedly be booking into a nearby cottage instead. According to Express, a source said: James parents are hoteliers themselves so they are more than happy to be put up elsewhere. They also understand the need for privacy. Kate, Wills and their children Prince George and Princess Charlotte are all said to be staying at the Middletons 5 million Bucklebury Manor, with Kate and Charlotte acting as bridesmaids on the big day and George stepping in as a page boy. Provided by Associated News Prince Harry is also thought to be attending the bash, and he will also stay in the estate with his brother and sister-in-law. The wedding ceremony itself will take place at St Marks Church in Englefield, with the private reception happening afterwards at the Middleton family home. With the nuptials jut five weeks away, the happy couple are due to fly out to the Caribbean for some R&R before the big day, spending some time in James parents hotel Eden Rock in St Barts.

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Weve seen those debates rage, even when just discussing theoretical rules. Among those guidelines, was anyone aware of a ban on recycling a fancy outfit from one wedding to another? One wedding guest in the U.K. recently found out her family thinks there should be one. Since Christmas, Ive been to four weddings, wrote Mumsnet user GameOldBirdz on Tuesday. Weve all had those years, when everyone in our circle of friends seems to be getting hitched and the concept of wedding season seems to encompass a good 20 months. This guest dared to wear the same outfit to three of those weddings and received an unpleasant surprise afterward. My cousin, who was at both family same-outfit weddings, sent me a load of photographs yesterday and said in the email, Its a shame you couldnt be bothered to wear something different,’ GameOldBirdz wrote the joking reply, Im sorry if I offended you [by] recycling my outfit, Im cheap. Instead of laughing it off, the cousin sent a massive paragraph saying I was disrespectful, that it was very bad show, it was rude and that if I didnt want to go I should have declined the invitation rather than turn up inappropriately dressed (her words). When GameOldBirdz turned to her mother for support in the matter, she too said that recycling her outfit was inappropriate. Judging by the 360 comments (and counting) this post has received, the cousin and mother are in the minority there. Disrespectful to whom? asked Mumsnet user brassbrass. Would the bride and groom have noticed you were wearing the same dress? Would they have cared?

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