Prince Harry and Meghan Markle officially tied the knot this weekend at St. George's Chapel in Windsor, but their bridal party almost outshone the glowing couple. Page boy Prince George and bridesmaid Princess Charlotte nearly stole the show with their cute shenanigans and pint-sized outfits. Here's what you missed from Prince William and Kate Middleton's two oldest kids:
She couldn't resist getting a little cheeky on the ride to the church — even though her mom was right there in the backseat.
The groom himself got up to similar antics as a kid, as evidenced by this photograph taken in 1988. He and Prince Harry were on their way back from a visit with a newborn Princess Beatrice in Portland Hospital.
That honor went to Jessica Mulroney's twin boys Brian and John Mulroney. The 7-year-olds were the oldest page boys in the bridal party, and therefore perhaps a little more trustworthy with the big duty.
While American weddings usually send the flower girls and ring bearers down first, British ceremonies typically have them follow behind, of previously told GoodHousekeeping.com. Prince George held hands with the fourth page boy Jasper Dyer, while Princess Charlotte linked up with two other flower girls.
The rest of the bridal party followed the couple back down the aisle, but the Cambridges hung back for a bit.
Prince George and Princess Charlotte joined the rest of the royal family on the steps of St. George's Chapel for a group photo-op.
The little guy hid behind his dad for a bit, but Princess Charlotte was front and center soaking up all of the attention. These two definitely have distinct personalities!
All of the page boys wore a miniature version of the Blues and Royals frockcoat worn by the groom and his best man. Both the Duke of Cambridge and Prince Harry belonged to this cavalry regiment. Their uniforms were the real thing, but the kids received something slightly different.
"The figured braiding has been scaled down for the Pages, as otherwise it would have gone above their shoulders," Kensington Palace revealed in a . "The Pages are not wearing hats or white waist belts for practical reasons."
Each page had their initials embroidered in gold on their shoulder straps "as a special memento" as well.
The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge have always dressed their son in shorts and knee socks per royal family tradition. Members of the British elite rarely dress young boys in trousers, but they clearly made an exception on Saturday.
Each of the bridesmaids' white leather Aquazurra shoes were monogrammed with their initials and the wedding date. Meghan gave them to her attendants as a gift and "keepsake of the special day."
No one can fault a 3-year-old, but the toddler was caught holding the ivory silk radzimir up to her face. Fun fact: The dresses designed by Clare Waight Keller also all had pockets.
He may have looked a little timid at the wedding, but the future king was all smiles in this newly released pic.