Pippa Middleton ‘hires a horse-drawn carriage’ to take her to the church on her wedding day

Pippa Middleton’s wedding day is edging ever nearer.

And with just days to go, more details have emerged surrounding Pippa and fiance James Matthews ’ plans before they walk down the aisle at a village church in Englefield, Berks, on Saturday.

According to a report, Kate’s sister will arrive at the church in royal style in a horse-drawn carriage.

A local claimed the couple contacted the stables to book the carriage that will take Kate’s sister six miles to the church.

“A livery yard owner has been told Pippa will be driven in a carriage from the family home in Bucklebury six miles to St Mark’s Church,” they added to The Sun.

The wedding will take place this weekend

Pippa will marry fiancé James Matthews this weekend

It comes after it was reported that Pippa has also hired a a World War Two Spitfire to entertain guests at the wedding this weekend.

The fly-by will be part of a whole display over the skies at their reception.

The aircraft show is set to be “classy’ and “breathtaking,” after documents filed with aviation authorities revealed it was taking place.

About 350 guests are expected to attend the reception, including Pippa’s sister Kate Middleton and her husband Prince William, their children Prince George and Princess Charlotte – who will have page boy and flower girl duties – and Prince Harry and his girlfriend Meghan Markle .

After the ceremony, they’ll be taking a short drive to Pippa’s parents’ home in the nearby village of Bucklebury, where uniformed staff will be waiting to dispense champagne and canapés to the happy revellers.