Cheeky royal bridal party steals the show
IT WAS always going to happen.
The adorable flowergirls and pageboys accompanying Princess Eugenie up the aisle as she marries Jack Brooksbank couldn't contain their excitement as they tumbled out of the chauffeured cars and into St George's Chapel.
Louis de Givenchy, 6, the son of JP Morgan banker Olivier de Givenchy and his wife Zoe, broke into a little jig as he faced the cheering crowds outside the church, before tripping over walking up the stairs.
The pair are old hands at this. Prince George and Princess Charlotte taking their place in the bridal party.
Meanwhile, Princess Charlotte, 3, offered up one of her signature waves as she arrived, showing absolutely no signs of nerves.
The rest of the bridal party was made up royal, high society, and even celebrity children.
Charlotte's brother Prince George, 5, joined Louis as a pageboy, while Savannah Philips, 7, the daughter of Eugenie's cousin Peter Philips and his wife Autumn, were also bridesmaids, as well as her six-year-old sister, Isla.
Peter's mother is Princess Anne, sister to Eugenie's father Prince Andrew, the Duke of York.
Mia Tindall, the four-year-old daughter of another cousin of Eugenie's, Zara Tindall, and her husband Mike, is also part of the bridal party, and Maud Windsor, 5, a goddaughter of Princess Eugenie's and daughter of Lady Frederick and Lord Frederick Windsor.
Theodora Williams, 6, the daughter of singer Robbie Williams and his wife Ayda Field, added some star power to the crew, and looked adorable as she took her place among the bridesmaids (the term for flower girls in the UK).
It's not the first time the bridal party has stolen the spotlight from the bride and groom.
As radiant as Meghan Markle was on her big day at the same venue in May, she was also upstaged (for at least a brief period) by her adorable bridesmaids and pageboys - which included Princess Charlotte and Prince George.
Charlotte was seen poking her tongue out at photographers from inside the car, before confidently waving to photographers as she held the Duchess of Cambridge's hand and walked up the steps and into the ceremony.