Princess Eugenie and Jack Brooksbank's bridal party was so cute that they almost stole the show! From Prince George and Savannah Phillips's typically hilarious antics and Princess Charlotte's perfect waves to Louis de Givenchy's tumble up the stairs, this gaggle of cuties had a day filled with excitement. And to ensure that they looked and acted as best they could, the royal bride made sure to throw in a few special touches for her royal wedding on Friday (Oct. 12) at St. George's Chapel in Windsor.
The six bridesmaids and two pageboys wore custom outfits by Amaia Kids, all of which featured a special patterned band of fabric. This unique touch on their otherwise blue and white ensembles was pulled from a piece of art that featured in the couple's Order of Service - a painting called Here, by American artist Mark Bradford. With Eugenie's career in the arts and current role as director at the contemporary-art gallery Hauser & Wirth, it's no surprise that she'd want her bridal party dressed like little works of art.
The bride also ensured that the little ones were entertained during the hour-long ceremony by handing out personalized gift bags filled with fun activities, as reported by HELLO!. "All the bridesmaids and pageboys were given bespoke packs to entertain them during the long day from KeepEmQuiet.com," a source revealed. "The packs, which had individual names on, included colouring books, tailored games, figurines and puzzles. They also had dress up glasses and magic painting."
There was no shortage of cuteness from the bridal party, which included George, 5, and Charlotte, 3, their cousins Savannah, 7, and Isla Phillips,6, and Mia Tindall, 4, Maud Windsor, 5, Louis de Givenchy, 6, and Theodora Williams. Prince George was spotted adorably mouthing along to "God Save the Queen" while walking down the aisle.
Robbie Williams' daughter, who is known as "Teddy," made her public debut for the occasion, and shared an innocent and hilarious moment with the mother of the bride when she asked Sarah Ferguson if she's the Queen following the ceremony. "No," said the Duchess of York, but the six-year-old didn't stop there. "Are you a princess?" she asked, and Sarah said "Yes," before heading to her car with Prince Andrew.