Prince Harry and Meghan Markle's Bridal Party Is So Damn Cute
It was an absolute cuteness overload.
Prince Harry and Meghan Markle just tied the royal knot, surrounded by some of the most adorable little bridesmaids and page boys we've ever seen.
After much speculation about who she would choose, it was revealed Meghan wouldn't have any of her closest personal pals in the wedding party -- instead opting to follow tradition by choosing all children -- with Prince George and Princess Charlotte leading the pack with starring roles.
When the big moment finally came, it was magical to see the level of excitement on their little faces as they waved to all the well-wishers outside the chapel.
As they emerged from the cars, the mini bridesmaids were chaperoned by mothers and relatives. Along with the other maids, Princess Charlotte was a picture-perfect vision in an utterly delightful dress with exquisite puffy sleeves and a floral crown.
Joining Princess Charlotte was Florence van Cutsem, 3, who is the goddaughter of Prince Harry and Remi Litt, 6, and Rylan Litt, 7, both Meghan's goddaughters.
Also in attendance was Zalie Warren, 2, who is the goddaughter of Prince Harry and daughter of one of his best friends, Jake Warren. And lastly, Ivy Mulroney, 4, the daughter of Meghan's best friend Jessica Mulroney.
When it was time for Meghan to arrive, she looked stunning in her minimal and traditional Givenchy gown, which was designed by Clare Waight Keller -- the new artistic director for the French couturier.
Joining the future king of England with his page boy duties were seven-year-old twins Brian and John Mulroney, and Jasper Dyer, the godson of Prince Harry.
As Meghan made her way up the stairs of St George's Chapel, the two page boys walked proudly behind her holding the soon-to-be duchess' long train. And they actually did a pretty amazing job of holding it up.
The bride then walked unaccompanied down the aisle to the sound of angels singing, where she met Prince Charles, who led her to her Prince Harry at the top of the aisle.
Hand in hand, the miniature wedding party followed the bride as she met with her prince charming to tie the royal knot.
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