Princess Eugenie and Jack Brooksbank were the picture of royal elegance on their wedding day at St George's Chapel on Oct. 12, despite heartwarmingly relatable moments like his fumbling with the ring. But it was their brood of adorable bridesmaids and pageboys that gave fans a giggle as they tumbled up the stairs to the chapel and made funny faces on the aisle. Naturally, Prince George, 5, Princess Charlotte, 3, and the rest of the group also stole the show in the couple's official portraits, shot by fashion and portrait photographer Alex Bramall.
Joining the two Cambridge kids in two of the four newly released royal wedding portraits are their cousins Mia Tindall, 4, Savannah Phillips, 7, Isla Phillips, 6, and Maud Windsor, 5, plus six-year-olds Louis de Givenchy and Theodora "Teddy" Williams. The eight cuties are clad in their custom Amaia Kids outfits featuring special green patterned sashes pulled from a painting that is meaningful to the couple, Here by American Artist Mark Bradford.
Zara and Mike Tindall's daughter Mia looks a little pooped after a long day, looking serious as she stares at the camera. Fans will remember the cutie from another famous portrait, marking the Queen's 90th birthday, when the then-two-year-old was tasked with holding Her Majesty's handbag and took the job rather seriously. Meanwhile, her cousins Prince George and Princess Charlotte beam behind her and Savannah Phillips was on her best behaviour with her arm around Mia. Isla Phillips stands right beside Eugenie, who has her Peter Pilotto-clad arm around the blonde cutie, while Teddy Williams stands in front of Jack, who has a hand on her shoulder. Louis de Givenchy, who also shirked a smile while leaning on a chair, and Maud Windsor, perched on a stool, stand to the right of Isla.
It was a busy day for the little ones, who had many memorable moments. Little Louis and Princess Charlotte both stumbled while walking up the stairs to St George's Chapel and Teddy adorably asked Sarah Ferguson if she was the Queen. Prince George and Savannah also had a rambunctious reunion where she had him close to giggles on the aisle.
Knowing that it would be a long day for the little ones, Princess Eugenie had a brilliant way to keep them entertained, 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."
Eugenie, 28, and Jack, 32, released two additional portraits from their royal wedding day, uniquely taken following their carriage procession and at Royal Lodge prior to their evening reception. The striking black-and-white carriage shot shows the bride and groom kissing. In the fourth photo, the bride wears her second wedding gown, which she chose not to reveal until the following day. It was crafted by American designer Zac Posen and features a beautiful caped back and his signature draping with two embroidered White Roses of York.