Cheeky! Royal cuties lead day of fun with playmates
KATE and William’s children led the way when it came to having fun on Eugenie’s big day.
Prince George, five, and sister Princess Charlotte, three, were at the centre of celebrations as soon as the bridal party set foot in St George’s Chapel.
The older children of the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge are old hands at playing the roles of page boy and bridesmaid and now know exactly what it’s all about.
The youngsters waved enthusiastically to cheering crowds as they were driven to the chapel.
Charlotte took a tumble as she arrived along with page boy Louis de Givenchy, six, who also took a tumble in the blowy conditions.
But she was soon back on her feet and bounded up the rest of the steps. As the group waited for the bride, cheeky seven-year-old Savannah Phillips, daughter of the Queen’s grandson Peter Phillips, kept George entertained as she pretended to play a trumpet fanfare to herald the princess’s arrival.
Pop star Robbie Williams’ daughter Teddy, six, was also a bridesmaid.
The 44-year-old X Factor judge and his wife Ayda Field, 39, have become good friends with the York family after meeting on a Caribbean holiday seven years ago.
Savannah’s six-year-old sister Isla was also a bridesmaid, with Mia Tindall, four-year-old daughter of Zara and Mike Tindall, and Maud Windsor, five, goddaughter of Princess Eugenie and granddaughter of Princess Michael of Kent.
Their outfits were designed by Amaia Arrieta of Amaia Kids, and the design incorporated the Mark Bradford artwork included in the Order of Service.
Lady Louise MountbattenWindsor, 14, and James, Viscount Severn, aged 10, the children of Prince Edward and Sophie Countess of Wessex, were special attendants.
Princess Charlotte waves shyly to the crowd and, left, enjoying the occasion …before a tumble on the chapel steps
Lining up for a photograph...clockwise from bottom left: Charlotte, Savannah, Maud, George, Isla, Mia and Louis de Givenchy and Teddy
Teddy Williams, six, gives a wave