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Princess Charlotte Will Be a Flower Girl at Aunt Pippa's Wedding

And Prince George will be a page boy!
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Even though big sister Kate probably won't be a bridesmaid, Pippa Middleton is still guaranteed to have at least one princess in her bridal party. Her niece, Princess Charlotte, will serve as one of the flower girls, reports Us Weekly. A source also shared that Prince George will be a page boy, and Duchess Catherine will likely give a reading.

Middleton and her fiancé, hedge fund manager James Matthews, plan to wed on May 20 of next year in a ceremony at St Mark's Englefield in Berkshire, followed by a reception in the gardens of her parent's home in Bucklebury.

"Pippa has a specific vision and feels she's learned enough about planning to get stuck into it herself rather than handing it all over to a planner," said another source of the bride-to-be. "She doesn't want it to be too expensive or look gaudy. Classic and elegant are two of the words she used to describe it."

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This story originally appeared on Townandcountrymag.com.
* Minor edits have been made by the Townandcountry.ph editors.

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