THE VILLAGE church where the the Duchess of Cambridge and her sister Pippa Middleton were christened is to hold its last-ever service.
The Grade Two listed place of worship, where the siblings were baptised in the 1980s, is set to close its doors and be sold to a boarding school.
Kate and Pippa spent their childhood in the quaint village of Bucklebury, which is near to the St Andrew's church in Bradfield, Berkshire.
Their parents Carole and Michael still live in a £7million country mansion in the Duchess of Cambridge's hometown.
Officials announced today that St Andrew's church will hold its final service on November 30 to coincide with St Andrew's Day. Click link for full post from EXPRESS.
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