Pippa Middleton wedding date
Pippa Middleton’s wedding date and location have been revealed. Pictured: Pippa at Wimbledon on June 27, 2016 in England. Getty Images

Pippa Middleton is having a spring wedding! It’s been reported that Kate Middleton’s younger sister will marry her fiancé James Matthews this May in England.

Sources told Us Weekly Pippa and James’ wedding date has been set for May 20, 2017. The outlet reported that the couple will wed in front of family and friends at the St. Marks Englefield in Berkshire, England and then hold a wedding reception at Carole and Michael Middleton’s Bucklebury home.

The 33-year-old author and her soon-to-be-husband have reportedly already sent out save-the-dates. While Kensington Palace hasn’t confirmed that Pippa and James will get married in May, Us Weekly leaked even more details about the couple’s nuptials.

The publication reported that the Duchess of Cambridge won’t be a bridesmaid, but she will most likely read something at the wedding. The Duke and Duchess’ two kids, however, will be in the wedding. Prince George, 3, is said to be the page boy, and his sister Princess Charlotte, 1, will be the flower girl.

It was previously rumored that Pippa wanted Adele to perform at her wedding, but she had to scrap that plan when she realized how expensive it would be to have the “Hello” singer serenade the crowd. Sources told Us Weekly in October that Pippa was now looking at other alternatives for entertainment.

Pippa, who got engaged to James in July, has been very hands-on with her wedding. In September, she was seen at a fancy flower shop in London eyeing ivory and lace bridal bouquets. At the time, it was reported that Pippa wanted a “classic and elegant” wedding and didn’t want the ceremony to look “too expensive or look gaudy.”

“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,” a source told Us.