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Andrea Romano
May 16, 2018

Prince Harry and Meghan Markle's royal wedding is only days away, so that means we’re getting more and more juicy details on a daily basis.

The latest news: The couple has officially chosen their bridesmaids and page boys for the event, and we’re all going to be gushing when we finally see this charming bridal party in their formal attire.

First up, Markle’s bridesmaids include:

Three-year-old Princess Charlotte of Cambridge, who, of course, is the daughter of Prince William, Duke of Cambridge, and Kate Middleton, Duchess of Cambridge.

Next is Florence van Cutsem, also age three, and the goddaughter of Prince Harry. She is the daughter of Major Nicholas and Alice van Cutsem. Nicholas is the son of Prince Charles's best friend from Cambridge and grew up with William and Harry, according to Town & Country.

Then there are Remi and Rylan Litt, six and seven years old respectively, Meghan's goddaughters and the daughters of her friends Benita and Darren Litt.

Next is Ivy Mulroney, age four, who is the daughter of stylist Jessica Mulroney, one of Meghan's best friends, and Benedict Mulroney.

And last but not least, Zalie Warren, age two, is the goddaughter of Prince Harry and daughter of Zoe and Jake Warren. Jake is the son of John Warren, the Queen's horse racing manager, according to the Mirror. She has a twin sister who is not a bridesmaid. 

Prince Harry’s page boys are equally adorable:

First is four-year-old Prince George of Cambridge, the first son of Prince William and Kate Middleton. 

Then, Jasper Dyer, age six, the godson of Prince Harry and son of Amanda and Mark Dyer M.V.O. (Member of the Royal Victorian Order).

Last are Brian and John Mulroney, both seven years old, the sons of Jessica and Benedict and brothers of bridesmaid Ivy. 

More details about the bridal party, including their attire for the big day, will be released on Saturday. The hour-long ceremony will begin at 12 p.m. local time at St George’s Chapel in Windsor, and there's no doubt the whole world will be watching.

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