Where in the world is Meghan Markle?


The pair were seen smiling as they drove to the reception for the new bride and groom who tied the knot at the picturesque St Mark's church in the Berkshire village of Englefield.

What a weekend it's been!

The Duchess of Cambridge's sister, who Wednesday James Matthews Saturday in a lovely English ceremony, jetted off to her honeymoon after the celebrations wrapped, stopping for a layover in Los Angeles' LAX.

Pippa, 33, was driven to the reception by her new 41-year-old financier husband in a rare E-type Jaguar.

Prince Harry was at the church as well - without his girlfriend, the American actress Meghan Markle - along with Pippa's sister Kate, the Duchess of Cornwall, and Princess Charlotte.

Several royal family members, including Prince William, Princess Kate and Princess Eugenie, were all in attendance at the nuptials at St. Mark's Church in Englefield.

Although it was Duchess of Cambridge's sister Pippa Middleton's big day, the wedding chatter was mostly about Meghan Markle and why she was a no-show at the church ceremony on Saturday (20 May).

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Pippa Middleton with her father, Michael Middleton.

More than 300 guests were expected to attend the reception at the Middleton family home in Bucklebury. The little sister of Duchess Catherine wore the same gorgeous earrings she wore to Kate's 2011 wedding to Prince William.

The bride Wednesday James Matthews, 41, a wealthy financier and former racecar driver, at St. Mark's Church in Englefield. And there was Prince Harry, striding alongside his brother, Prince William.

Interestingly, Pippa kept the wedding invite limited with a "no ring, no bring" policy-which means guests can bring their partners only if they are engaged or married.

It is also reported that Harry went all the way back to London to pick his lady love, as he didn't want her to arrive at the party alone.

While the church ceremony was highly photographed, the couple were insitent that no pictures emerged of the evening party. "Pippa and her mother Carole wonder whether Meghan's presence could cause a great deal of unnecessary chaos".