Pippa Middleton has set the date for her wedding to hedge fund manager James Matthews, according to reports.
The sister of the Duchess of Cambridge will walk down the aisle on May 20th, 2017 at her family church, reports Us Weekly.
It is believed that the pair will tie the knot at St Mark's church in Berkshire, England and will have the reception at the Middleton family home nearby.
The 33-year-old has reportedly sent out the save the date cards to guests, and will have her nephew Prince George (three) as a page boy, while her niece Princess Charlotte (two) will be a flower girl.
The happy couple announced their engagement in July, confirming rumours with a statement: "Miss Pippa Middleton and Mr James Matthews are delighted to announce they became engaged on Sunday 17th July and plan to marry next year."
The pair were together for less than a year after enjoying a brief relationship in 2012 before becoming engaged.
Pippa leapt into the public consciousness when she was bridesmaid in a figure-hugging Alexander McQueen dress at the royal wedding in 2011, and she will no doubt make a statement on her wedding day, with high-end designer Giles Deacon rumoured to be making her dress.
Kensington Palace has not yet commented.