on all orders!
on all orders!
It seems the young princess took a page out of her uncle's book, as he often hammed it up for the cameras as well. In 1988, while on his way to visit his newborn cousin, Princess Beatrice of York, Prince Harry was seen sticking his tongue out at photographers as his car pulled up to the hospital. On another occasion, the prince pulled up to his school's nativity play with his tongue sticking out once again. His mother, Princess Diana, subtly chastised him by making him sit in her lap for the remainder of the ride.
Now, years later, it appears Princess Charlotte has had some of her uncle's feisty personality passed down to her. In addition to sticking out her tongue and waving adorably at photographers after the ceremony, sources say that the princess also took charge at the chapel. She is said to have instructed the other members of the bridal party, which included her older brother Prince George, on when it was the proper time to walk down the aisle.
The princess looked precious in a white dress with a crown of white flowers. Her brother wore the same Blue and Royals frockcoat that Prince Harry and Prince William wore. The bridal party included eight other members, which consisted of the bride and groom's godchildren and several of their friends' children. Duchess Meghan chose Jessica Mulroney's children, 7-year-old twins John and Brian Mulroney, to help with her veil. Duchess Meghan and Jessica Mulroney have been best friends for many years.
The new Duke and Duchess of Sussex looked dazzling on their big day, with the Duke wearing a military uniform and the Duchess wearing a custom gown designed by British designer, Clare Waight Keller of the French fashion house, Givenchy.
Her veil was adorned with hand-embroidered flowers to represent the 53 counties of the Commonwealth. She chose the Queen Mary Diamond Bandeau tiara, lent to her by Queen Elizabeth. The Duchess also wore a custom Stella McCartney dress with a high neckline to the evening wedding reception at Frogmore House.