Princes William & Harry Attended a Wedding This Weekend (No, It Wasn't George Clooney's)

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Princes William and Harry Attend Friends Wedding

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It's been a busy wedding season for Prince William and Prince Harry. Earlier this summer they were the star guests at Guy Pelly's wedding, last month they reveled with longtime friend Charlie Gilkes at his Italian nuptials, and just two days ago, the brothers reunited with childhood friend Victoria Inskip and her fiancé Robert Davies-Jones for their big day!

Noticeably absent from the festivities was pregnant Kate Middleton, who is still said to be suffering from acute morning sickness. Harry's rumored on-again girlfriend Cressida Bonas was also missing. Last week reports surfaced that Harry and Cressida had reunited for the prince's 30th birthday. They were also spotted at a movie theater near Kensington Palace catching a movie.

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Ultimately, the two ladies weren't really missed at the wedding. According to the Daily Mail, the royals used their solo outing as an opportunity to reunite the "Glosse Posse" — the reported name for Harry and William's circle of friends, which included Pelly and Inskip, when growing up at Highgrove House, the Gloucestershire home of Prince Charles.

Hopefully the royal brothers kept their partying in check without Kate's presence. The last time the duo attended a wedding with friends, Prince William reportedly lost part of his tooth! According to the Daily Mail, William and Harry went to the wedding of friends Tom van Straubenzee and Lady Melissa Percy last June while Kate was home, pregnant with Prince George. "William was dancing into the small hours when Tom knocked the tooth out on the dance floor," a source says. "William was joking that if Kate went into labour that night, he'd have to smile for the cameras with a missing tooth."

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