This may be Prince Harry and Meghan Markle's big day, but Prince George and Princess Charlotte are stealing the show (per usual). The four-year-old and three-year-old royals served as a page boy and bridesmaid at the ceremony, joining eight other adorable tots in the bridal party.
When Harry and Meghan exited St. George's Chapel as husband and wife for the first time (the Duke and Duchess of Sussex, to be exact), other members of the royal family followed close behind. Surely enough, George and Charlotte were in tow, holding the hands of their parents, Prince William (the best man) and Kate Middleton. Prince Charles, the Duchess of Cornwall, and Markle's mother Doria Ragland was also present.
All eyes were on the royal newlyweds, but that didn't stop Princess Charlotte from waving at the crowd with a smile.
- BBC One (@BBCOne) May 19, 2018
Big brother George, however, doesn't seem so enthusiastic about the wave. He seemed to grimace in the background of the shot. (Hang in there, buddy. It's almost over.)
Charlotte, yet again, is proving that she's a pro at the princess wave. Just last month, she melted hearts when she greeted crowds during her visit to baby brother Prince Louis in the hospital. As Prince William walked her and George into the doors, the little princess made note to give a wave to the well-wishers and photographers.
Prince George previously drew a little buzz at Pippa Middleton's wedding last May, when he was spotted crying and being scolded by his mother outside the church.
Looks like weddings aren't his thing.
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