Royal Wedding Bridal Party is a Mix of Royalty, Canadians and Americans

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Kensington Palace announced the official bridesmaids and page boys (aka ring bearers) for Meghan Markle and Prince Harry‘s Royal Wedding, and it’s a mix of royalty plus common folks which is not usual protocol for the hierarchy.

The couple actually went outside the Royal Family for their wedding party including kids from Canada and Los Angeles. The only Royal children in their party will be Princess Charlotte and Prince George, which of course, are Prince William and Kate Middleton’s kids. The rest of the bridal party are all friends’ kids and Meghan or Harry’s godchildren.

The announcement for Saturday’s wedding at Windsor Castle was made on Wednesday and the party is as followed:

Bridesmaids:

Princess Charlotte – The adorable three-year-old niece of Prince Harry and daughter to Kate Middleton and Prince William.

Florence van Cutsem – She’s the goddaughter of Prince Harry and daughter of friends Alice van Cutsem and Nicholas van Cutsem. Nicolas is actually good childhood friends with Prince William.

Remi Litt and Rylan Litt – The 6 and 7-year-old are Meghan’s goddaughters who are children of her close friends and based in Los Angeles.

Ivy Mulroney – The four-year-old of the daughter of Meghan’s best friend, Jessica Mulroney. Her family is from Canada.

Zalie Warren – The youngest bridesmaid at two-years-old, she’s Prince Harry’s goddaughter and his friend’s child.

Page Boys:

Prince George – The four-year-old and son of Kate Middleton and Prince William.

Jasper Dyer – He’s six-years-old and the godson of Prince Harry.

Brian Mulroney and John Mulroney – Meghan’s best friend Jessica Mulroney’s sons and both age 7. Just like sis, Ivy, they’re roots are in Canada.

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