Pippa's Royal Wedding outfit has divided Twitter

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From Cosmopolitan

Pippa Middleton, the world's most famous bridesmaid, arrived at Prince Harry and Meghan Markle's royal wedding wearing a cute green floral dress.

Kate's sis, who is reportedly pregnant with her first child, was all smiles as she entered the church with her hubby James Spencer for the most anticipated wedding of the year.

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Getting dressed is hard on a normal day, but imagine how stressful it must be to find an outfit for a wedding that will be watched all over the world?

And of course, there were always going to be people on Twitter ready to poke fun at Pip's choice of outfit. It wouldn't be a royal wedding without a few memes now, would it? We ALL remember Beatrice and Eugenie at Kate and Wills' wedding...

While there were some naysayers, there were loads of people loving Pippa's look. And the good news if you love her dress, is that you can actually buy it!

Her dress, by The Fold, is £495 and currently available in all sizes.

Photo credit: The Fold
Photo credit: The Fold

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Meanwhile, Kate Middleton was causing headlines herself for wearing an outfit that was SUCH a pale colour of yellow it almost looked cream.

But with all that drama, let's be honest, the only outfit we REALLY cared about was Meghan's - and she didn't disappoint.

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