The list of bridesmaids and page boys who will be participating in the royal wedding on Saturday has been released by Kensington Palace.
The announcement comes following speculation that Meghan Markle wouldn’t have a maid of honour for her wedding to Prince Harry.
All of the children who have been selected to take part in the day are under the age of 10.
Here are the bridesmaids and page boys for the royal wedding, which will be taking place at St George’s Chapel in Windsor.
Her Royal Highness Princess Charlotte of Cambridge
Miss Florence van Cutsem
Miss Florence van Cutsem is the goddaughter of Prince Harry and daughter of Mrs Alice van Cutsem and Major Nicholas van Cutsem.
Miss Remi Litt
Miss Remi Litt is the goddaughter of Markle and daughter of Mrs Benita Litt and Mr Darren Litt.
Miss Rylan Litt
Miss Rylan Litt is the goddaughter of Markle. Her mother, Mrs Litt, is the founder of Venice Beach-based bag company Legend of Lido.
Miss Ivy Mulroney
Miss Ivy Mulroney is the daughter of Mrs Jessica Mulroney and Mr Benedict Mulroney. Mrs Mulroney, a close friend of Markle, has previously worked as the bride-to-be's stylist.
Miss Zalie Warren
Miss Zalie Warren is the goddaughter of Prince Harry and daughter of Mrs Zoe Warren and Mr Jake Warren.
His Royal Highness Prince George of Cambridge
Master Jasper Dyer
Master Jasper Dyer is the godson of Prince Harry and son of Mrs Amanda Dyer and Mr Mark Dyer M.V.O.
Mr Dyer is a former Royal Equerry and Welsh Guards officer.
Master Brian Mulroney
Master Brian Mulroney is the son of Mrs Mulroney and Mr Mulroney.
Master John Mulroney
Master John Mulroney is the son of Mrs Mulroney and Mr Mulroney.
Kensington Palace will reveal details about the bridesmaids’ dresses and the page boys’ uniforms on the day of the wedding.
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