Our favorite princess and princes have once again stolen the show as they stepped out with their parents the Prince and Princess of Wales for the Coronation.
Prince George, Princess Charlotte and Prince Louis were all grown-up as they took part in the royal Coronation Procession.
Prince George was seen wearing his Page of Honour scarlet tunic decorated with cold lace trim and blue velvet cuffs, with an open-fronted design, lined in silk, as he undertook a big role in the celebrations.
He also donned an ivory silk satin waistcoat trimmed in gold braid, with wool trousers and boots. The uniforms were originally made during the reign of Elizabeth II and have been retailored for the coronation
George served as a Page of Honour for King Charles and was tasked with holding the train of Charles’s regal robes as he entered and exited Westminster Abbey.
This honour is usually given to teenage sons of members of the nobility and gentry or senior Royal Household members.
In fact he’s the youngest future king to ever play an official role at a Coronation!
Charlotte’s outfit mimicked her mothers as she wore an Alexander McQueen dress with a cape in ivory silk crepe, with rose, thistle, daffodil and shamrock motifs.
The emblems also featured on her mother’s dress, and Charlotte also wore white