Prince George was in a playful mood as he and Princess Charlotte stole the show at another wedding.
With his arms by his side, he paraded and marched around the grounds of St Andrew's Church where a childhood friend of his mother, the Duchess of Cambridge, had tied the knot.
All eyes were on the royal children - who also stole the show when the Duke and Duchess of Sussex married in May - at the wedding of Sophie Carter and Robert Snuggs in Letheringsett.
Prince George wore a collarless white shirt, blue knickerbockers, white stockings and white shoes.
As a bridesmaid, his sister, Princess Charlotte, wore a white dress with blue piping and a circlet of flowers.
She appeared decidedly unimpressed with her brother's marching game as she clutched a bag and posy of flowers.
The children were among seven youngsters taking part in the wedding. The bride is one of Princess Charlotte's godparents.
The last 12 months have been an exciting period for Prince George, from completing his first school year to once again joining his great grandmother the Queen on Buckingham Palace's balcony to mark her official birthday.