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All the Photos of Prince George and Princess Charlotte at Prince Harry and Meghan Markle's Wedding

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Prince George and Princess Charlotte's big moment has arrived! The little royals served as page boy and bridesmaid in Prince Harry and Meghan Markle's wedding. George and Charlotte have experience in the role (they were in Pippa Middleton's bridal party last year) and stole the show today.

Here are the cutest photos of George and Charlotte during their uncle and new aunt's wedding:

PRINCESS CHARLOTTE TRAVELED TO ST. GEORGE'S CHAPEL WITH DUCHESS KATE


This marks the Duchess of Cambridge's first official appearance since welcoming Prince Louis in April.

PRINCESS CHARLOTTE TAKES IN THE CROWD ON HER WAY TO THE WEDDING


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The little royal looked adorable for her second turn as a bridesmaid. She joined Ivy Mulroney, Remi Litt, Rylan Litt, Zalie Warren, and Florence van Cutsem as bridesmaids.

THE BRIDAL ATTENDANTS WAVE UPON ARRIVAL


They drove along the procession route, where Prince Harry and Meghan Markle later took a romantic carriage ride after the wedding.

PRINCESS CHARLOTTE WAS SEEN STICKING HER TONGUE OUT ON HER WAY TO THE WEDDING


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The tongue out look was quite a departure from her signature wave.

THE PAGE BOYS AND BRIDESMAIDS EN ROUTE WITH DUCHESS KATE


One of the page boys waves to the crowd from the car window. The entire list of page boys included Prince George, Jasper Dyer, and Brian and John Mulroney.

SOME OF THE PAGE BOYS ARRIVED AT THE WEDDING WITH THE BRIDE


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After leaving the hotel with her mother, Doria Ragland, Meghan picked up the page boys en route to St. George's Chapel. Jessica Mulroney's twins Brian and John were seen riding with the bride.

PRINCESS CHARLOTTE SAYS HELLO!


She once again showed off her royal wave to the crowd on her way to the chapel. Here, you can clearly see Princess Charlotte's flower crown, which was designed by Philippa Craddock and selected by the bride and groom.

PRINCE GEORGE PEEKS AT THE CROWD


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As they headed up the steps of St. George's Chapel, Prince George turned around to look at the crowd.

THE BRIDESMAIDS ON THE STEPS OF ST. GEORGE'S CHAPEL


The six bridesmaids wore dresses designed by Clare Waight Keller. Each bridesmaid also received a pair of white leather shoes by Aquazurra monogrammed with their initials and the wedding date to serve as a keepsake from the big day.

THE BRIDESMAIDS ON THE CHAPEL STEPS


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Meghan's close friend Jessica Mulroney was one of the four ladies escorting the bridesmaids and page boys into the Chapel. Get to know Mulroney here.

THE BRIDESMAIDS AND PAGE BOYS PROCESSED INTO THE CHAPEL BEHIND MEGHAN


Two page boys were responsible for holding Meghan's gorgeous, dramatic veil. It was 16.5 feet in length and had special embroidery details to honor each of the 53 countries of the Commonwealth.

DURING THE CEREMONY, THE PAGE BOYS AND BRIDESMAIDS FOLLOWED THE BRIDE


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Meghan was escorted down the aisle by her new father-in-law, Prince Charles.

PRINCESS CHARLOTTE AND PRINCE GEORGE AFTER THE CEREMONY


The little royals posted on the steps of St. George's Chapel with their parents.

PRINCE GEORGE CAN BE SEEN PEEKING OUT NEXT TO PRINCE WILLIAM


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Prince Louis was noticeably absent on the big day, but the Palace previously confirmed that he would not be in attendance. At less than four weeks old, Louis is far too young to be in such a big crowd.

ANOTHER LOOK AT GEORGE AND WILLIAM


The page boys wore mini-versions of the Blues and Royals uniforms, which were worn by the groom and Prince William during the wedding. Each page boy also had their initials embroidered in gold on their shoulder strap as a sweet keepsake.

PRINCESS CHARLOTTE'S WAVE!


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Kate is holding Princess Charlotte's mini bouquet. It was created by royal wedding florist Philippa Craddock, and contains the same flowers used in Meghan's bridal bouquet.

PRINCE GEORGE STAYED CLOSE TO PRINCE WILLIAM POST-CEREMONY


The little royal held his dad's hand as they descended the steps outside St. George's Chapel.

ANOTHER LOOK AT CHARLOTTE'S WAVE


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So sweet!

A CLOSE-UP SHOT OF PRINCE GEORGE LEAVING ST. GEORGE'S CHAPEL


The page boy looked so cute on the big day.

KATE BENDS DOWN TO CHAT WITH CHARLOTTE AS SHE WAVES


The Duchess wore a flattering yellow coatdress by Alexander McQueen for the big day. She also wore a hat by Philip Treacy and shoes by Jimmy Choo.

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PRINCE WILLIAM HELPS PRINCESS CHARLOTTE INTO A CAR AFTER THE CEREMONY


The best man was on call to help with the bridal party.

This story originally appeared on Townandcountrymag.com.
* Minor edits have been made by the Townandcountry.ph editors.

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