In the lead up to Pippa Middleton's wedding to hedge-fund manager, James Matthews, next month, the questions on everyone's lips – besides who will be joining Princess Charlotte and Prince George in the pair's bridal party – is whether Prince Harry's girlfriend, Meghan Markle, will get an invite to the big day.
Well, now we can reveal the 35-year-old Suits actress will be attending the nuptials – on one condition.
According to People, the Californian beauty will not attend the wedding at St. Mark's church in Engelfield, Berkshire due to a 'no-ring, no-bring' rule that only permits spouses, fiancés and family members to be present at the formal vow exchange.
However, the actress – who is rumoured to be leaving her hit US television show later this year to move in with her royal beau in Kensington Palace, London – will reportedly join Harry for the reception party after the wedding (which, as we all know, is the best bit of a wedding, anyway).
Markle's attendance at Pippa's big day is a clear indication her relationship with the prince – who recently admitted he sought counseling after 20 years of not discussing the death of his mother, Princess Diana – is getting serious, amid rumours the 32-year-old is preparing to propose to his girlfriend.
The news of the actress' visit to England next month comes weeks after she attended her first wedding with Harry, where the pair traveled to Jamaica to attend the nuptials of his schoolfriend Tom 'Skippy' Inskip and Lara Hughes-Young.
Over the weekend, Harry reportedly spent Easter weekend in Toronto with the actress-turned-activist – who recently posed for photos alongside Canadian prime minister Justin Trudeau and actress Emma Watson – instead of attending the traditional royal service at St. George's chapel at Windsor castle with Queen Elizabeth II, Prince William and Kate Middleton, where the latter showed off her perfectly-practiced curtsey to Her Royal Majesty.
The next question is: what will Meghan wear to Pippa's big day? Place your bets, now.