Shocker. No Ring, No Bring According to reports, Middleton let slip to friends that she was reducing the number of guests at her nuptials with a "no ring, no bring" policy. Ouch. This means that guests can only bring their partners if they are either engaged or married. Don't miss: No groom for you: Why Pippa Middleton is blocking Meghan Markle from attending her wedding So what about life partners or guests in long-term relationships with no plans of marrying are they banned too? Middleton may as well be holding a sign above her head stating: "No Meghan Markles At My Wedding!" in sheer desperation of saving her big day from unwanted Markle press attention. View photos Most popular: Coronation Street viewers react to barman Sean's rude cocktail innuendo After seeing the media storm around the 35-year-old Suits actress' attendance at Tom "Skippy" Inskip and Lara Hughes-Young's wedding in Jamaica earlier this month, it's hard to blame Middleton for her angst. Royal expert Phil Dampier gives Middleton the benefit of the doubt, telling IBTimes UK: "I very much doubt that she wants to ban her from coming. Having said that I think Pippa will want a relatively low-key wedding so most of it will be out of sight. "It will be interesting to see if they sell it to Hello or anyone else. I'm sure that Meghan and Kate will do all they can, by say dressing plainly, not to overshadow her on the big day." Markle steals the limelight So you would think.

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