Pippa Middleton is tying the knot to her hedge fund manager fiancé on May 20. We take a look at the church they're set to become man and wife in.
Pippa will walk up aisle and say 'I do' at St Mark's Church in Englefield, Berkshire.
The stunning church is nestled in the countryside and surrounded by luscious green trees and gardens.
The picturesque church has been used for filming of The King's Speech and The Crown.
Pippa will be hoping to keep her nuptials private as guests gather in the grounds.
Situated in the grounds of Englefield House, the house is open by appointment only.
Pippa's sister, Kate Middleton and her husband Prince William, will have front row seats at the nuptials.
Prince Harry will also be in attendance at the ceremony, after famously accompanying Pippa back up the aisle at Prince William and Kate Middleton's wedding.
While Meghan Markle didn't get an invite to the ceremony it's rumoured that she will be joining her man, Prince Harry, at the evening celebrations.
Prince George will take up the role of page boy for his auntie while Princess Charlotte will act as bridesmaid.
Pippa's future brother-in-law and 'Made in Chelsea' star Spencer Matthew will also sit pride of place at the nuptials.
Watch out Meghan, Prince Harry was looking extremely dapper while attending the 100 Women in Finance gala dinner at the Victoria and Albert museum in London on Wednesday.