Looks like Pippa Middleton is taking back her "no ring, no bring" policy for her impending May nuptials to financier James Matthews. Actress Meghan Markle, who has been dating Prince Harry, has reportedly received an official invitation to attend Middleton's wedding ceremony as well as her reception, according to The Telegraph.
Markle was previously invited to attend only Middleton's wedding reception, not the ceremony. After witnessing all of the craziness surrounding Markle attending the wedding of Prince Harry's friend Tom Inskip in Jamaica, Middleton decided to enforce the attendance policy of inviting only engaged or married couples to the ceremony to limit the amount of people in attendance.
"She saw how all eyes were on Meghan rather than Lara," a friend of Middleton previously shared, according to the Daily Mail. "The situation was also stressful for Harry. Pippa and her mother, Carole, wonder whether Meghan's presence could cause a great deal of unnecessary chaos."
But Middleton has apparently had a change of heart in regard to Markle, whose relationship with Prince Harry appears to be heating up. The duo made their first public appearance together at a polo match over the weekend and were even spotted making a rare public display of affection. And though Markle is neither engaged nor married to Prince Harry (yet!), she will now be in attendance at Middleton's intimate wedding ceremony at St. Mark's church in Berkshire.
Middleton's wedding is less than two weeks away. The much-anticipated event is due to take place on May 20, with an elegant garden reception to be held at the Buckleberry home of her parents, Carole and Michael Middleton. In addition to Prince Harry attending with Markle, Prince William and Kate Middleton will also be there—with Prince George serving as a page boy and Princess Charlotte as a mini bridesmaid.