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Kate's little soldier: Prinz George, 5, on the prowl as he stole the show at another marriage (but Princess Charlotte's nurse looks unimpressed).
When Prince George and Princess Charlotte appeared as bellboys and bridesmaids on Saturday, all our attention was on the two little kings again. The five-year-old George - in a collar-less leotard, sky-blue Knickerbockern, blank hosiery and blank shoes - seemed to be particularly frisky. Provided by Associated Newspapers Limited, he was laughing and giggling - and even leading his colleagues to a match of soldier walking around the parish after the wedding.
Provided by Associated Newspapers Limited, George was wearing a shirtless blanket, sky-blue Knickerbocker, blank socks, and blank shoes. Charlotte, three, in a blank gown with blue tucks and a flower circle, seemed untouched by his farces, frowned as she clasped a trombone and a blue pocket. Provided by Associated Newspapers Limited Five-year-old George was laughing and giggling about the marriage - and even leading his comrades-in-arms to a soldier's match - Escorted by their parent, the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge, they were among the seven enthusiastic teenagers who took part in the marriage of Sophie Carter, one of Kate's best buddies, with Robert Suggs at St Andrew's Church in Letheringsett, Norfolk.
Kate's sibling James and her mothers Michael and Carole Middleton, who have known Sophie since her school days, were also there, but Nurse Pippa, whose first baby is imminent, was missing. All kids were wearing tailor-made Amaia Kidswear.
Kate, 36, was wearing a Catherine Walker blue jacket with a flowery header that is thought to have been made by Jane Taylor. She is a member of the "Turnip Toffs", William and Kate's sets around their Norfolk house, the Anmer Hall, and is one of Charlotte's mistresses. Kate's sibling James and her mothers Michael and Carole Middleton, who have known Sophie since her school days, were also there, but Nurse Pippa, whose first baby is imminent, was missing.