Prince George's reported kind act during the Royal wedding proves he's a little gentleman

Junie Sihlangu
Jun 05, 2018
10:51 A.M.
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Little Prince George not only shined while taking the Royal wedding photos, but the boy also played a sweet role before the wedding began. He was a page boy at the big event last month.

According to On Heir, the little toddler also took it upon himself to console one of the bridesmaids during the celebration. Royal correspondents shared how the incident occurred in the podcast.

According to Town & Country, Royal correspondents Emily Andrews and Omid Scobie shared the sweet gesture  Prince George made on a wedding special called On Heir. The podcast is Royals-themed.

They shared how the toddler looked after two-year-old Zalie Warren. Warren is Prince Harry's goddaughter and she was the youngest member of the bridal party.


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All was well initially when the bridesmaids and page boys made their grand entrance into St. George's Chapel. Once inside they had to wait for the bride to arrive.


That’s when Warren started crying according to the journalists in the 29th minute of the podcast. “She started crying when they were waiting for Meghan,” Andrews revealed.

"Poor Zalie Warren had a bit of a meltdown. She's only two.”

Emily Andrews, On Heir, May 23, 2018

Nanny Maria Teresa Turrion Borrallo looked after her while George tried to comfort her as well. Prince George and Princess Charlotte's nanny,  Borrallo, was on call to help with the 10 bridesmaids and page boys.

She was also photographed holding a crying Warren during the wedding ceremony. After her little meltdown, Warren was a real trooper for the rest of the wedding.


The little girl even posed for official wedding portraits after the ceremony. Princess Charlotte also took a leading role during the event.

She reportedly kept the rest of the wedding party organized. There was one little girl who wanted to go at some point and Charlotte told her she couldn’t and had to wait until they were asked according to a wedding guest

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