George And Charlotte Have A Job To Do At Princess Eugenie's Wedding

It's time to see how well behaved they can be as they walk her down the aisle...

The countdown is well and truly on to Princess Eugenie's wedding tomorrow evening Australian time... and even though it's not being met with as much fanfare as that of major royals like Harry and Meghan, it IS shaping up to be pretty darn cute.

The Princess will have a host of royal and celebrity bridesmaids and pageboys accompany her down the aisle when she marries Jack Brooksbank -- including everybody's favourite, three-year-old Princess Charlotte, and her five-year-old brother Prince George.

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And they're not the only young royals given the honour -- Savannah Philips, 7, daughter of  Eugenie’s cousins Peter Phillips and his wife Autumn, will be another bridesmaid, along with her six-year-old sister Isla, and Mia Tindall, the adorable four-year-old daughter of Zara Tindall, and her husband Mike.

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One more notable addition is rather left of field -- Robbie Williams' daughter Theodora, six is also a bridesmaid. How very rock and roll.

And interestingly, the pop star and his wife Ayda have never shown their daughter's face in the media, so does this mean we will get to see just how cute she is for the first time? Stay tuned to find out! Also stay tuned to see the latest addition to their family -- new baby daughter Coco.

Princess Eugenie’s sister and best friend Princess Beatrice, 30, will be her maid of honour, while Jack Brooksbank’s brother Thomas will be his best man -- the pair seen in one of a selection of very sweet throwback photos posted by Prince Andrew, Eugenie's very proud dad.

There will be some notable absences from the wedding -- 97-year-old Prince Phillip, who is dealing with health issues, may not make the big day, and Camilla, Duchess of Cornwall, is travelling and will miss the excitement.

It's also thought that Harry and Meghan -- who fly to Australia on October 15 -- will miss the reception in preparation for their trip. Which is sensible -- no one wants to fly with a hangover, and given that Jack works for George Clooney's tequila company, we reckon there will be a few of those!

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