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With only weeks to go before Princess Eugenie walks down the aisle, the world's attention has now turned to the second royal wedding of the year. But who is set to make up the bridal party? It's believed that Prince George's classmate, Maud Windsor, will likely be one of the bridesmaids as she is the bride-to-be's only goddaughter - although the palace are yet to confirm this. Little Maud, the four-year-old daughter of Lord Freddie Windsor and his wife Sophie Winkleman, is in the same class as Prince George at St Thomas' School in Battersea. Maud Windsor is tipped to
Senior members of the British royal family sure do love a tiara, but there are unique and specific rules that royals must abide by when wearing the stunning headpieces. Tiaras should only be worn by brides and married women, this is why Duchesses Kate and Meghan, have already been pictured with one, unlike Princesses Beatrice or Eugenie. Brides will also generally wear a tiara owned by their own family on their big day, and one belonging to their husband's family thereafter. It is thought that Princess Eugenie will wear the York Tiara, which was crafted for her mother Sarah Ferguson
With only weeks to go before Prince George returns to Thomas's Battersea for Year One, HELLO! takes a look at everything the royal is set to learn this coming school year. The £6,110-a-term private school is for both boys and girls between the ages of four and 13. The institution has a strong focus on the arts, sports and outdoor activities in addition to academics - so it's no wonder that George will be taking on more work compared to his year in reception. The first day back will be a little scary - meeting a new teacher and