Each of the adorable toddlers had a very special relationship with the couple.
In a ceremony that signified royal tradition, Meghan Markle tied the knot with Prince Harry at St. George’s Chapel in Windsor Castle last Saturday.
While Markle climbed the West Steps of the chapel looking divine, following her trail were four page boys and six bridesmaids.
According to CNN, two of the pageboys had a special royal connection – one was Jasper Dyer, Prince Harry’s godson and the other was 4-year-old Prince George, the oldest son of Prince William and Duchess Middleton.
The other two pageboys were the twins, Brian and John Mulroney. They were the children of Markle’s stylist and close friend Jessica Mulroney.
The twins walked close behind Markle, gently holding her 16-foot-long netted silk train, while the other two page boys walked behind the bridesmaids.
All the page boys looked adorable in their traditional black uniforms, which symbolized the old Regiment of Prince William and Harry named Blues and Royals.
The bridesmaids looked equally beautiful, dressed in plain puff-sleeved silk frocks with a high waist neatly pleated skirts, holding a bouquet in one hand while holding each other’s hands.
Garlands of flowers also adorned their heads as followed the royal bride.
The bridesmaids included Princess Charlotte, the 3-year-old daughter of the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge, 3-year-old Florence van Cutsem and 2-year-old Zalie Warren, both Prince Harry’s goddaughters.
Among the little bridesmaids were also two of Meghan’s goddaughters, along with the sister of the Mulroney twins, 4-year-old Ivy Mulroney.
The traditional dresses of the bridesmaids were designed by Clare Waight Keller in the Paris-based Givenchy Haute Couture Atelier.
One of the most popular bridesmaids from the wedding was 10-year-old Grace van Cutsem, sister of Florence van Cutsem and goddaughter of Prince William.
The photo of her standing at the Buckingham Palace covering her years went viral on the internet.
Among the page boys, one of Mulroney’s sons became famous for his million-dollar smile as he entered the chapel, looking pleased with the job of holding the bride’s train.