Princess Charlotte recovered quickly after the young royal tripped over a step while climbing the steps of St. George's Chapel as a bridesmaid at the wedding of Princess Eugenie and Jack Brooksbank on Friday. The three-year-old, who looked simply adorable in a simple white dress with a bright green floral sash, may well have fallen thanks to the windy weather, and she wasn't the only one to do so! A pageboy, Louis de Givenchy, also tripped up the stairs, and was helped up by Lady Louise Windsor, who was a special attendant on the day and assisted with the young group of bridesmaids and pageboys.
The bridesmaids and pageboys struggled with the windy weather
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Meanwhile, Robbie Williams and Ayda Fields' daughter, Theodora, looked delighted to be a bridesmaid at the wedding, and turned to give the crowd an excited wave before entering the church. Prince George was also a pageboy, and was snapped laughing delightedly as his cousin, Savannah, pretended to blow a trumpet for his amusement. Maud Windsor, Isla Phillips, Mia Tindall were also bridesmaids on the special day. Speaking about their outfits, Pepa Gonzalez, founder of Pepa & Co and designer of Pippa Middleton's bridal party outfits said: "The bridesmaid and page boy outfits are classic, elegant and a hint of vibrant green print on the sashes and cummerbunds is the first time we have seen this on the children's outfits at a Royal wedding."
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Princess Eugenie looked stunning on her wedding day, and wore a tiara lent her Her Majesty the Queen. The tiara was made by Boucheron for Mrs Greville in 1919 in the fashionable 'kokoshnik' style popularised in the Russian Imperial Court. The tiara was bequeathed by Mrs Greville to Queen Elizabeth in 1942 and proved the perfect accessory for Eugenie's wedding outfit. The bride also wore a stunning white dress by Peter Pilotto for her Friday morning nuptials.