Leave it to Princess Charlotte to be the only person (okay, along with Prince George) to take our eyes away from the royal couple on their big day. She served as the bridesmaid for her uncle's wedding to Meghan Markle at St. George's Chapel at Windsor Castle in England.
AND. SHE. WAS. TOO. CUTE.
The bridesmaid dresses were designed by Givenchy and have the "same timeless purity as Ms. Markle's dress." To complement the dress, the bridesmaids wore white Aquazurra shoes that were monogrammed with the bridesmaids initials and wedding date. The best part: The dresses have pockets and pleats to give it a more relaxed, youthful silhouette. They also wore white flower crowns that included Princess Diana's favorite flower, Forget-Me-Nots. (The same flowers were in Meghan's bouquet.)
But it's even more adorable when paired with Prince George's cute little page boy outfit. His attire was made by Dege & Skinner in Savile Row and inspired by "the Blues and Royals frockcoat."
This isn't the three-year-old's first rodeo (er, we mean wedding): She was a bridesmaid at her Aunt Pippa's wedding last May. Her custom dress was quintessentially English with soft blush and ivory hues and a classic silhouette. Of course, you can't forget about her precious flower crown that coordinated with Pippa's bouquet. Are flower crowns a British wedding standard? Looks like it...
How cute is she? ** Insert her iconic wave here **