Pippa Middleton James Matthews
Pippa Middleton and James Matthews are pictured at St Mark's Church on Christmas Day in Bucklebury, Berkshire, England, Dec. 25, 2016. Getty Images

Pippa Middleton and James Matthews’ honeymoon is likely to come to a close in Sweden, where the couple attended their longtime friends’ wedding, reports said Sunday. For three weeks, since they exchanged vows, Middleton and Matthews have been on their honeymoon in French Polynesia, Australia and now in the European country.

On Saturday, the two went to Stockholm’s Oscar Church for their friends’ wedding. They then went to a nearby villa for the reception, according to People magazine that also shared the couple’s photos. Middleton, 33, wore a long sleeved, floor-length floral gown and kept her makeup minimal. Her 41-year-old husband looked dapper in three-piece white tie tuxedo and tails, with a white vest, shirt, and bow-tie.

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The magazine also noted Sweden could be the last stop in the couple’s honeymoon.

On June 8, Middleton and Matthews were photographed in Perth, Australia, after spending time in Sydney. The newlyweds were reported to have spent three days at Bamurru Plains, a luxury wild bush resort near Kakadu National Park in Australia’s Northern Territory.

Before arriving in Australia, Middleton and Matthews enjoyed their tropical honeymoon in Tetiarao, French Polynesia's private island. Photographs showed the two enjoying water sports and swimming. They reportedly stayed at the Brando, a resort once owned by Hollywood actor Marlon Brando.

The couple first began dating in 2012 and separated for a few years after which they got back together. Matthews proposed Middleton to marry him July 2016 in the Lake District of northwest England.

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The two got married May 20 at St. Mark's Church in Berkshire, England. Her sister Duchess of Cambridge Kate Middleton and her husband Prince William attended the wedding. Their children — Prince George and Princess Charlotte — served as pageboy and bridesmaid for the wedding.

“This is the wedding Pippa and James dreamed of,” a source told People on May 24. “They said all along they wanted it to be a private family wedding at home in the beautiful countryside with their closest friends and family.”

Guest Gemma Billington told the magazine at the time: “It was a wonderful, memorable evening.”

An unnamed invitee added: “It was just a beautiful wedding in the countryside with some very famous guests!”

Prince Harry also attended the wedding. However, his girlfriend Meghan Markle was nowhere to be seen on Middleton’s big day. The “Suits” star, however, was later seen with Harry heading to Middleton’s reception after the ceremony.

Markle’s sister, Samantha, said she was angry that Markle was banned from the nuptials.

“For the royal family to exclude her from the wedding is in very poor taste,” she told Radar Online on May 24. “She should have been there. She’s classy, and her dress was designed as a one-off.” Samantha added: “To ignore Meghan at the ceremony and for photographs is pure snobbery.”