There is no doubt that Pippa Middleton's wedding with hedge-fund boss James Matthews in May is one of the most talked about event in social sites. The younger sister of Kate Middleton is gearing up for her grand day and looks like she is leaving no loopholes in making it an extravagant event.

It was earlier reported that Pippa wants full focus on her, and she had kept the wedding invite limited with a 'no ring, no bring' policy—which means guests can bring their partners only if they are engaged or married. This will eventually making it hard for Harry's girlfriend Meghan Markle to attend the ceremony.

Now, a report on PEOPLE has revealed that Meghan, 35, will be attending the event as Harry's date but not for the church ceremony. She is likely to make her presence at the evening party after the nuptials. Since Harry and Meghan are yet to get engaged officially, the couple decided to attend the big bash that evening which is less formal.

"The fact that she will attend the wedding — even if it's the post-church nighttime bash — is yet another sign that the Suits actress and the prince, 32, are getting more and more serious," PEOPLE opined.

The relationship between Harry and Meghan seem to be going strong. The former even flowed down to Toronto to mark Easter weekend with his girlfriend—skipping the usual royal party. The article further quoted Myka Meier, founder, and director of Beaumont Etiquette, who called the "no ring, no bring" not so surprising.

"I would not be surprised if Prince Harry was not given a plus one, as the wedding guest list would have most likely been made in fall of last year when Prince Harry's relationship with Meghan was not as public. Pending how intimate Pippa wants to keep her wedding, she may very well follow the 'no ring, no bring' rule," Myka added.

One of the key highlights of the wedding would be Princess Charlotte dressed as an adorable bridesmaid and proud Prince George accompanying aunt Pippa down the aisle as the page boy.