Kate Middleton’s sister Pippa may be attending King Charles’ coronation alongside their parents Michael and Carole
- Kate’s sister Pippa Matthews will attend alongside her parents and brother
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Kate Middleton’s family may be among the guests at King Charles’ coronation on May 6.
While high profile guests like Lady Pamela Hicks didn’t receive an invitation to the event, another royal bridesmaid could be set to attend.
According to Daily Mail diary editor Richard Eden, Pippa Middleton, who, he notes, ‘made such an impact’ at the wedding of her sister to Prince William, has been invited to the big day.
He added that the Princess of Wales’ parents Carole and Michael have also received an invitation, alongside her brother James Middleton.
‘They are the family of our future queen, so it’s right that they should be there,’ Richard Eden was told by one of their friends.
Married to financier James Matthews (pictured) Kate’s sister Pippa could be one of the guests at the coronation, according to Richard Eden
King Charles will crowned at Westminster Abbey on May 6, alongside Queen Consort Camilla (pictured at Buckingham Palace)
King Charles’ coronation will not be the first high profile royal occasion attended by Kate’s parents and siblings.
The Middletons are a tight-knit family, who have all become recognisable figures, following the 2011 marriage of Kate and William.
Ahead of the big day, the now-Princess of Wales was photographed on several occasions with her mother and sister.
And of course, Pippa made headlines around the world, when she was maid of honour at the wedding, with many sharing photos of her striking gown.
When the Wales’ children were Christened, the Middletons were invited to take part in the family occasions.
And as Kate has ascended the ranks of the royal family, Carole and Michael have continued to play an important role in the lives of their grandchildren, Prince George, Princess Charlotte and Prince Louis.
They also continue to remain a pillar of stability for William, who they have known since his university days.
In fact, it is believed that William is very fond of his in-laws, and that he very much enjoys spending time with Kate’s parents and siblings.
Carole and Michael Middleton (pictured at the Platinum Party at the Palace in front of Buckingham Palace last June) continue to play an important role in the lives of their grandchildren, Prince George, Princess Charlotte and Prince Louis
As well as spending time with their daughter and son-in-law, and their children, the Middletons have also been spotted at other royal events.
For example, they have previously been invited to join the royals at church in Sandringham, Norfolk.
After speculation around whether they would or wouldn’t appear at Queen Elizabeth’s Platinum Jubilee last June, they were spotted at the Platinum Party on the Saturday night.
Making an appearance at a much more sombre occasion, Carole and Michael joined senior members of the Royal Family for the Queen’s funeral and Committal Service in September.
And later that year, always keen to show their support for their sister and daughter, Pippa, James, Carole and Michael were present at Kate’s carol concert at Westminster Abbey in November.
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