If you thought Pippa Middleton's "no ring, no bring" rule was strange, wait until you hear this one. Pippa's wedding is less than two weeks away, and another alleged rule for the big day has just surfaced—and it's safe to say Twitter's currently in a frenzy. According to Daily Mail UK editor Richard Eden, the bride-to-be has allegedly requested guests to bring a second outfit for the evening reception.
Eden revealed this news via Twitter, and followers were very quick to put their two cents in. "Guests at Pippa Middleton's wedding have been asked to take second outfit for reception. Is this a trend? Sounds like a bore to me," he wrote.
The comments went up in flames. Users deemed the rule "pretentious" and "a tad ridiculous and over the top." Not cool, not cool.
Of course, there's a chance this could all be a product of the rumor mill, so we won't know if it's true until the big day: May 20. And if it is true, let's cut Pippa some slack. Who wants to spend the day and night in a stiff evening dress and high heels? What if Pippa just wants guests to be a bit more comfortable for the big bash?
And besides, Pippa seemed to be a little more lax in regard to her "no ring, no bring" policy, which prevents guests who aren't married or engaged from bringing a date. According to The Telegraph, Prince Harry's girlfriend, Meghan Markle, has reportedly received a full invite to the wedding; she was previously only allowed to attend the reception.
Pippa previously enforced her guest policy to limit the amount of people in attendance, and allegedly when she witnessed the craziness surrounding Markle during the wedding of Harry's friend Tom Inskip, she wanted no part of the mayhem. "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."