Prince George and Savannah Phillips had an adorable moment together at the royal wedding

Prince George and Savannah Phillips appear to have a very close relationship and the cousins were seen giggling at Princess Eugenie’s wedding.

Prince George looked adorable as pageboy alongside his sister Princess Charlotte at the second royal wedding of the year.

It was the Cambridge children’s third wedding of the year and their fourth time as a pageboy and bridesmaid.

The Queen’s other great grandchildren, Savannah and Isla Phillips and Mia Tindall, also made the young royal bridal party this time around and looked super cute.

Prince George seemed a little more relaxed this time around in St George’s Chapel and his cousin Savannah could be the reason why.

Savannah was seen pretending to do what looks like an air trumpet and Prince George couldn’t help but giggle!

People on Twitter quickly spotted the hilarious moment and took to social media to share their reactions.

One person wrote: ‘Really love seeing the interaction between Prince George and Savannah!😍’.

Another said: ‘The little cuties’.

A third wrote: ‘Prince George’s cousin Savannah Phillips always leaves him so shook and it’s the cutest thing ever! 😂

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The pair always have a lot of fun together and were seen being very mischievous while at the Trooping of Colour over the summer.

They also had a play date at the Maserati Royal Charity Polo Trophy in Tetbury where Savannah cheekily pushed Prince George down a hill…

Sadly Prince Louis missed out on the wedding action once again as he is still too little but big sister Princess Charlotte put on a confident show as always.

Charlotte was seen waving to the crowds as she arrived in the car and on the steps of the chapel.

Mum Kate looked on proudly at her children performing their special roles as nanny Maria Teresa Turrion Borrallo stepped in to keep an eye on the young bridal party.

We wonder what tricks she had up her sleeve to keep all eight children, all under the age of seven, on their best behaviour…