Prince George and Princess Charlotte steal the show as pageboy and bridesmaid at Princess Eugenie’s wedding

Prince George and Princess Charlotte looked adorable as they resumed their roles as pageboy and bridesmaid for the third time this year.

Princess Charlotte was joined by some of the Queen’s other great-grandchildren, Savannah and Isla Philips, as well as four-year-old Mia Tindall.

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Eugenie’s goddaughter and Prince George’s classmate Maud Windsor, and Robbie Williams’ daughter Theodora were also on bridesmaid duty.

On arrival Princess Charlotte looked confident as always, waving to crowds from the car, as she walked up the steps and even as she walked into the church.

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And even Prince George, who is usually very shy at these public events, got involved in the waving action while in the car with his sister and the rest of the young bridal party.

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Prince George and Princess Charlotte first had the honour of being a pageboy and bridesmaid at their auntie Pippa’s wedding last year.

With their fourth wedding firmly under their belts it seems the little Cambridges are somewhat experts now!

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Prince William and Kate looked proud as punch as they watched their children perform their special duty – and who can blame them?

As a reward for doing such a good job we’re certain all of the bridesmaids and pageboys are going to want a slice of Eugenie and husband Jack’s wedding cake as it is chocolate and red velvet flavour!

While at Prince Harry’s wedding Kate and the nanny used the popular chocolaty treat, Smarties, to entice the kids into behaving well.

Prince William and Kate Middleton’s children were confirmed as part of Princess Eugenie and Jack Brooksbank’s pageboy and bridesmaid party on Wednesday.

The little royals have already attended two weddings this year and had special roles at each of them.

First it was their uncle Prince Harry who tied-the-knot to Meghan Markle in May and then it was a close friend of Kate and William in September.

Unfortunately for little Prince Louis, he is still too little to get in on the pageboy action as he was only born in April but big brother Prince George was joined by Louis De Givenchy, the son of Zoe and Olivier De Givenchy, for Eugenie’s big day.

We’re looking forward to hearing if similar tricks were used for the second royal wedding of the year…