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Prince George Cries and Gets in Trouble at Pippa Middleton's Wedding

Kate Middleton had to have a few words with her son.
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Prince George was doing a great job this morning serving as a page boy at Pippa Middleton's wedding. Following in the footsteps of Prince William and Prince Harry, the little royal suited up and participated in the nuptials along with his little sister Princess Charlotte joined in, too.)

It was a big responsibility for the three-year-old, but he held his own. However, towards the end of the ceremony, it seems he got overwhelmed. (Understandably. This is only the most talked-about wedding of the year.) The little royal was spotted breaking down in tears outside the church, The Sun points out. Poor guy.


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His mother the Duchess of Cambridge had to have a talk with him to calm down. (This wasn't even her first time playing mom at the wedding ceremony.)

The scolding didn't look like it lasted long, but George came out of it looking a bit abashed.

Hang in there, buddy.

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This story originally appeared on Townandcountrymag.com.

* Minor edits have been made by the Townandcountry.ph editors.

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