After stealing the show at Prince Harry and Meghan Markle's wedding in May, Princess Charlotte and Prince George will reportedly reprise their roles as the cutest members of the bridal party at second cousin Princess Eugenie's upcoming nuptials. According to a new report from the Daily Mail, Charlotte will serve as a flower girl at the ceremony, while her older brother will take on the responsibilities of page boy. Other pint-size page boys and flower girls will reportedly include Theodora Williams, daughter of musician Robbie Williams; Maud Windsor, daughter of Lord Freddie Windsor; and Louis de Givenchy, son of French banker Olivier de Givenchy.
The young prince and princess are already certified wedding-party experts. Prince George was previously a page boy at both Prince Harry's and Pippa Middleton's weddings, and although Princess Charlotte's job title at those two ceremonies was technically bridesmaid, she'll undoubtedly have no trouble making the transition to flower girl this time around.
In contrast with the friend-filled wedding parties of American weddings, it's traditional for British brides to walk down the aisle ahead of a gaggle of tiny bridesmaids and page boys, and to appoint just one adult maid of honor, if any; while Kate Middleton chose to include sister Pippa in her wedding, Meghan Markle's wedding party was strictly kids-only. Though Princess Eugenie has yet to announce her maid of honor, it's widely believed that she'll choose her older sister, Princess Beatrice. Eugenie hinted as much earlier this year when she posted a throwback photo on Instagram of her and Beatrice serving as bridesmaids at a wedding, writing, "90s throwback...wedding planning starts!!"
Eugenie is set to marry fiancé Jack Brooksbank in St. George's Chapel at Windsor Castle, the same venue as Prince Harry and Meghan Markle's wedding. Buckingham Palace announced Eugenie's engagement in a press release in late January, revealing that Brooksbank, whom she's dated for seven years, had popped the question while the pair were on vacation in Nicaragua earlier that month. The ceremony is scheduled for Friday, October 12, giving George and Charlotte a few months to practice their walks down the aisle.