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Diana Pearl
May 20, 2017 07:37 AM

Just like dad.

Prince George walked down the aisle of St. Marks Church in Englefield on Saturday as a pageboy in his aunt Pippa Middleton’s wedding.

And he was following in the footsteps of his father, who did a similar walk down the aisle 31 years ago! In 1986, Prince William was a pageboy in the (royal) wedding of his uncle Prince Andrew and Sarah Ferguson.

For Middleton’s wedding, George wore a white shirt and green pants — with knee socks, naturally. Back in 1986, William wore a sailor-inspired outfit for the big day.

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But that wasn’t William’s only turn as a pageboy. He also played the role in Camilla Dunnes’s wedding in 1988, where he wore an outfit not very different from the one George wore today: A white shirt and white pants with pink suspenders.

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Pepa Gonzalez of Pepa & Co. designed George’s wedding outfit — as well as his little sister Princess Charlotte’s bridesmaids ensemble.

“It was truly an honor to be part of this project and I was excited to take on the commission for all Bridesmaid and Page Boy outfits,” Gonzalez said in a statement. “We have such fond memories of designing these bespoke garments for the children who all look so adorable and cute in their outfits.”

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Prince George and Princess Charlotte are two of eight pageboys and bridesmaids in Middleton‘s wedding to financier James Matthews. Following the ceremony, guests will attend a daytime reception at Englefield House, with an evening reception to be held on the Middleton’s property tonight.

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