From sticking their tongue out to biting nails, the mini wagon bowled us over with their innocence.
Amid the Clooneys, Beckhams and Priyanka Chopra, a small team of attendees stole all the limelight at the royal wedding of at Prince Harry and Meghan Markle.
There were six bridesmaids and four pageboys at the wedding that took place at Windsor Castle on May 19.
And all of them were under seven years of age.
Check out these adorable pictures of the tiny brigade:
Princess Charlotte, Prince William and Kate's second born, aged three stuck out her tongue as she arrived to the wedding of Prince Harry and Meghan Markle at St George Chapel in Windsor Castle in England on May 19, 2018.
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Prince George, first born of Prince William and Kate and Harry's nephew was escorted by Prince William. Each of the pageboys initials were embroidered in gold on their shoulder traps.
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Remember Grace van Cutsem, the grumpy child who was photographed with her ears shut when Prince William and Kate kissed at their wedding in 2011?
Well, her cousin Florence, aged three (pictured second from right) and Jasper Dyer (left), Prince Harry's godchildren were at the wedding.
The image of Florence biting her nails is too cute to ignore.
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Mulroney's twin sons John and Brian, aged seven, who came in a black Rolls Royce were clearly the stars at the wedding.
As you can see master John cannot contain his excitement.
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Meghan's closest friend Benita and Darren Litt's children, also Meghan's goddaughters -- Remi, aged six and Ryan (extreme right), aged seven were there too.
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While John and Brian held Markle's long veil, the bridesmaids including Markle's friend and stylist Jessica Mulroney's four-year-old daughter Ivy (pictured centre, with long hair) followed them to the aisle.
John was also photographed grinning with his mouth wide open whilst holding Markle's veil before entering the chapel. The image has since gone viral.
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