The ceremony will take place at St Mark’s Church on the private Englefield estate, with the reception being held in the grounds of Pippa’s parents’ home on the outskirts of the village of Bucklebury. The Rev Nick Wynne-Jones will be conducting the star-studded service. The event has been described by organizers and Kensington Palace as a private family wedding. TV cameras and photographers will be allowed to capture pictures of the bridal party arriving for the ceremony and leaving the church, but the rest of the event will be kept private. Prince George and Princess Charlotte will have key roles during Pippa’s big day. Kensington Palace confirmed in a statement that George will act as a page boy, and two-year-old Charlotte will be one of her aunt’s bridesmaids during the ceremony. Prince Harry’s girlfriend the Suits actress Meghan Markle, 35, has been invited to the wedding too. According to experts in wedding planning event could cost £250,000, almost 15 times the sum of the average wedding for 2017, which is £16,842.