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Situated on the Middleton’s 18-acre estate in Bucklebery in England, the most-talked-about wedding reception of Kate Middleton’s younger sister Pippa took place in a 300-person glass palace that reportedly cost $100,000. But actually getting in such a glass house – and stealing a glimpse of the Giles Deacon wedding dress – proved as tricky as Catherine Zeta Jones and Sean Connery’s attempt to steal that ancient artefact in Entrapment. According to E! News, each guest required their own passcode – one that had been selected three months prior – and they would present these with photo ID to enter the reception.
Middleton of course wed her long-time beau James Matthews, who proposed in July 2016 with a 3.5 carat Asscher-cut diamond engagement ring. The couple first dated in 2012 but broke-up only to reunite in 2015. According to a E! News, Matthews – who was always on the scene – had long held a torch for Middleton who finally became single and said yes. While we wait in bated breath for a picture of Meghan Markle’s bespoke black dress, click here for more photos.