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The Royal Bridesmaids And Pageboys Have Been Announced

Prince George and Princess Charlotte will take part in the wedding of the year on Saturday, accompanied by Meghan Markle's goddaughters.

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May we formally present to you the bridesmaids and pageboys of the royal wedding.

As final preparations get underway in Windsor in the run-up to Saturday, the royals have announced which of their favourite kids will take part in the big day.
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As final preparations get underway in Windsor in the run-up to Saturday, the royals have announced which of their favourite kids will take part in the big day.

Kensington Palace announced on Wednesday a list of 10 children who will be by the altar when Prince Harry and Meghan Markle tie the knot.

Prince Harry and Ms. Meghan Markle have chosen the Bridesmaids and Page Boys for their Wedding on Saturday 19th May #RoyalWedding: https://t.co/fRX7IA5Cn9

It goes without saying that they include Her Royal Highness Princess Charlotte of Cambridge, who turned 3 this month.

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And, of course, her older brother and the third in line to the throne, Prince George — who made it to the top of the list of pageboys.

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They'll be joined by Prince Harry's godson Jasper Dyer, son of close friend Mark Dyer and his wife Amanda.

Mark Dyer, a former Welsh Guards officer, has been a role model and key figure in the prince's life since childhood, when he was hired as an equerry to Prince Charles following Princess Diana's death. Other bridesmaids include Prince Harry's goddaughters Florence van Cutsem, 3, daughter of Major Nicholas van Cutsem and Alice van Cutsem; and Zalie Warren, 2, daughter of Prince Harry's school friend Jake Warren, who was also Princess Diana's godson.
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Mark Dyer, a former Welsh Guards officer, has been a role model and key figure in the prince's life since childhood, when he was hired as an equerry to Prince Charles following Princess Diana's death.

Other bridesmaids include Prince Harry's goddaughters Florence van Cutsem, 3, daughter of Major Nicholas van Cutsem and Alice van Cutsem; and Zalie Warren, 2, daughter of Prince Harry's school friend Jake Warren, who was also Princess Diana's godson.

And fear not, Meghan will be followed down the aisle by some of her friends' kids, too.

First there's the Mulroney clan — children of best friend and wedding planner Jessica Mulroney. Twins Brian and John, 7, and their younger sister Ivy, 3, will have travelled more than 3,500 miles from Canada to be at St George's Chapel in Windsor on Saturday.Meghan has also picked the daughters of another close friend, Benita Litt, to take part in the big day. Remi, 6, and Rylan, 7, are both her goddaughters.
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First there's the Mulroney clan — children of best friend and wedding planner Jessica Mulroney. Twins Brian and John, 7, and their younger sister Ivy, 3, will have travelled more than 3,500 miles from Canada to be at St George's Chapel in Windsor on Saturday.

Meghan has also picked the daughters of another close friend, Benita Litt, to take part in the big day. Remi, 6, and Rylan, 7, are both her goddaughters.

Sadly, the palace is keeping schtum about what they'll be wearing. You'll have to tune in on Saturday (if you don't have an invitation, that is).

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Hazel is a news reporter for BuzzFeed News and is based in London.

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