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Meet Meghan Markle’s adorable group of bridesmaids

by | Feature

May. 21, 18 | 11:11 am

While most brides choose their sisters, cousins, or closest friends to be part of their bridal party, the Duchess of Sussex Meghan Markle decided not to do the usual and chose a group of adorable young girls to be her bridesmaids for her wedding.

In a previous report published on The Sun, Meghan chose not to have a Maid of Honor since she can’t choose one among her long list of friends.

However, the same article further said that she will have six bridesmaids, all of them children aged 2 to 7, to assist her during her wedding.

Here is the full list

Her Royal Highness Princess Charlotte of Cambridge

(Photo credits: Getty Images)

At just 3 years old, Princess Charlotte, the daughter of Prince William and Kate Middleton, is already an experienced bridesmaid.

She first became a bridesmaid during the wedding of her aunt Pippa Middleton, sister of Kate. She had once taken on the role when she was chosen to be part of the bridal party for Meghan Markle.

Princess Charlotte’s older brother, Prince George, was also one of the pageboys during the wedding.

Miss Florence van Cutsem

Florence, aged 3, is one of Prince Harry’s goddaughters. She is the daughter of Major Nicholas and Alice van Cutsem.

Miss Remi Litt and Miss Rylan Litt

(Photo taken from: Instagram)

Sisters Remi, aged 6, and Rylan, aged 7, are Meghan’s goddaughters. They are daughters of one of the bride’s closest friend, Benita Litt and husband Darren Litt.

Miss Ivy Mulroney

(Photo taken from : Instagram)

Ivy, aged 4, is the daughter of Meghan’s best friend, Canadian personal stylist Jessica Mulroney.

Her father is Canadian TV host Ben Mulroney, who is also the eldest son of the former Prime Minister of Canada.

Ivy’s twin brothers, John and Brian, were also among the page boys at the wedding.

Miss Zalie Warren

At 2 years old, Zalie is the youngest bridesmaid. She is the daughter of Zoe and Jake Warren and goddaughter of the groom.

Photo credits: Getty Images

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PAL flight from Manila to Dubai costs Dh1731

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Filipinos holding valid UAE resident visas can now book their tickets from Manila to Dubai through Philippine Airlines (PAL) at a $471.30 (Dhs1731.06*) price point for a one-way ticket this coming June 16. Business class seats will cost $581.30 (Dhs2135.09*)....

Etihad flights from Abu Dhabi to Manila costs Dh 4,259

Etihad flights from Abu Dhabi to Manila costs Dh 4,259

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