It's nearly time for the second royal wedding of the year. Princess Eugenie and Jack Brooksbank are preparing to say "I do" in just over two weeks, and as we look ahead to the big day, we can't wait for one of our favourite parts of the nuptials – the adorable bridesmaids and pageboys. It's not yet known who will make up the young bridal party, but rumour has it Prince George and Princess Charlotte could be resuming their roles.
Prince William and Kate's elder children are already pros, having accompanied the bride up the aisle not once, but three times already. George, five, and Charlotte, three, made their wedding debuts at auntie Pippa Middleton's wedding in May 2017, and almost exactly one year later, they took up the roles again for Prince Harry and Meghan's big day.
Let's take a look at some of the royals' cutest wedding moments…
George and Charlotte got all dressed up for Pippa Middleton's wedding in Berkshire in 2017. And while the bride looked stunning in her Giles Deacon dress, her little helpers were definitely in danger of stealing the show.
Princess Charlotte might look like a mini Princess in her flowing white frock and pretty flower garland, but this moment was so sweet. While mum Kate tries to direct her children into the car to head to sister Pippa's wedding reception, her daughter decides it's time to start licking the confetti basket – priceless!
Such a gorgeous photo. Princess Charlotte is bringing up the rear of the pageboy and bridesmaid group, holding mum Kate's hand as she walks out of the church ahead of her now married aunt, Pippa. But there's no denying who's in charge here! Prince George takes centre stage and looks incredibly serious as he puts his hand into his basket, ready to sprinkle petals on the ground.
Whether he's peering out of aeroplanes or popping his head up to peek through a window, Prince George is always creating amazing picture moments for the hopeful photographers. Having just popped into the car here, to zoom off to his auntie's wedding reception, the sometimes reluctant royal waves a hand to the gathered press.
And Princess Charlotte seems to have taken after her big brother George with her cheeky antics! Here she is arriving at Prince Harry and Meghan's royal wedding in May 2018, smiling and waving to wellwishers and even sticking her tongue out.
We loved Prince George's twinning moment with dad William. The youngster wore a miniature version of the Blues and Royals uniform which Princes Harry and William donned for the special day.
George looked a little weary after the royal wedding. We can't blame him - the young royal had been on his best behaviour for hours beforehand!
The future King looked a lot perkier at the wedding of his mum's friend, Sophie Carter. George pretended to march like a solder, swinging his arms back and forth while an amused Charlotte watched from behind.
The little boy certainly kept his mum entertained!
The royals are rarely pictured in the arms of anyone apart from their parents, but here Charlotte is held by the bride and her godmother, Sophie Carter. Sophie, who married in September 2018 in Norfolk, is close pals with the Duchess of Cambridge.
Thanks to the gale force winds, little Princess Charlotte didn't find climbing the steps of St George's Chapel too easy, and took a little tumble after she turned back from waving to the crowds as Princess Eugenie and Jack Brooksbank's wedding. The adorable youngster rightened herself straight away as she made her way into the service.
Despite the wind, Princess Charlotte looked delighted to be a bridesmaid at her dad's cousin's wedding, and gave the gathered crowds a cheery wave as she made her way into St. George's Chapel with her big brother, Prince George, and fellow bridesmaids, Isla and Savannah Phillips, Maud Windsor, Mia Tindall and Theodora Williams.
Prince George was in fits of laughter as he delightedly watched his older cousin, Savannah Phillips, pretend to blow a trumpet as they waited for Princess Eugenie's wedding to begin. Dressed in a white shirt with a brightly coloured sash to match the bridesmaid dresses, the adorable youngster was one of two pageboys along with Louis de Givenchy.
Prince George and Princess Charlotte were an adorable brother and sister duo on Princess Eugenie and Jack Brooksbank's wedding day. The dresses were by royal favourite Amaia Kids, while the sashes incorporated the Mark Bradford artwork colour scheme which was used in the order of service.