Britain's Prince George and Princess Charlotte look adorable at aunt Pippa Middleton's wedding
Little royals brought some serious 'awh factor' to proceedings
It seems Kate Middleton need not have been so worried on the run up to her little sister's big day this week, as her two children could have got away with any bad behaviour looking as angelic as they did at their aunt's wedding.
Prince George, four, and Princess Charlotte, who just turned two, led the fashion pack in their cute getups, as they set the tone for aunty Pippa's arrival on the aisle at St. Mark's Church in Englefield, Berkshire.
The brother and sister seemed to be well behaved as they arrived with their parents at the 'wedding of the year' this morning, despite concerns by their mother Kate about their potential conduct on the important day.
With flowers in her hair and and a pink satin bow around her own white dress, Princess Charlotte was preparing to walk down the aisle by her big brother Prince George.
Meanwhile, the pair's aunt Pippa arrived at the St Mark's Church with her father Michael Middleton at 11.15am, stunning guests with her bespoke Giles Deacon dress.
The bride teamed the dress with a Stephen Jones veil, a Maidenhair Fern tiara, and Manolo Blahnik ivory satin shoes.
At the Buckingham Palace's first garden party of the season, Britain's Duchess of Cambridge reportedly told a visitor she was "really looking forward" to the wedding but added that "you never know" what her children might do.
The visitor revealed that Kate said she was "hopeful that they would be good" but said "you never know at that age."
Pippa and husband James Matthews tied the knot in a Scottish-themed wedding where guests were reportedly served haggis canapés and entertained by bagpipers.
Brand Princess Charlotte
It's estimated that "Brand Princess Charlotte" is worth a whopping £3 billion (€3.5 billion) despite the fact she has just turned two years old. The little British royal is said to have the same effect on fashion trends as her famous mother, with items she is photographed in being snapped up fast by consumers looking to emulate a modern regal style with their own families.
London based branded business valuation and strategy consultancy Brand Finance Group have estimated that the two-year-old is worth more than her older brother Prince George, who is worth £2.4 billion.
Speaking to women's fashion magazine Marie Claire, Brand Finance's marketing and communications director Robert Haigh said, "This is actually as simple as the relative size of the men's and women's fashion markets, by which I mean that Charlotte's endorsement effect will likely be felt across a much broader range of products and brands or types of clothing than will George's, allowing a greater scope for the monetization of her 'brand' and hence a higher value."