A page boy toppled over in the blustering winds today at Princess Eugenie and Jack Brooksbank wedding.
Louis de Givenchy was filmed falling on to his hands and knees on the steps of St. George’s Chapel as he failed to contend with the adverse weather conditions.
Louis, who’s the son of Fergie’s close friends Zoe and Olivier De Givenchy, joined Prince George as part of the bridal party.
The page boys made their way into the chapel alongside the couple’s flower girls, who included Princess Charlotte.
Charlotte, three was the youngest of six bridesmaids, who also included Peter and Autumn Phillip’s daughters Savannah, seven, and Isla, six; Zara Phillips eldest child, Mia, four; and Princess Eugenie’s goddaughter Maud Windsor, five.
The page boys wore white shirts with green detailing and black trousers, while the flower girls wore white dresses with a green sash.
The sash incorporated the colours of the Mark Bradford artwork in the order of service.
CHILDREN ALERT. We have bridesmaids and page boys. Let the chaos commence pic.twitter.com/bGIC0YbPg4
— Patricia Treble (@PatriciaTreble) October 12, 2018
Louis wasn’t the only wedding guest who was beaten by the elements: the 60mph winds caused a number of unlucky guests to lose hats and battle with their hair and outfits as they arrived.
Robbie Williams was spotted dashing after his mum’s hat.
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