Yesterday, Pippa Middleton married her long-term love, James Matthews, in a lavish, royalty-filled affair.


And while the gorgeous bride was the belle of the ball, all eyes were on the mini royals, Charlotte and George - and their adorable little outfits. 


Princess Charlotte, who acted as a flower girl on the day, donned a beautiful little white dress, topped off with a fabulous floral crown - just like a Princess (see what we did there?)


Prince George, one of the cutest page boys ever,  wore a gorgeous pair of beige of culottes and a white shirt.



Now that the dust has settled, and the celebrations have come to a close - we have questions. 


One of the big things we're wondering is where did Pippa get her amazing little flower girl and page boy outfits? 


Well, we did a bit of digging online, and discovered the store, Pepa &Co, which is where the prince and princess's outfits were bought. 


The beautiful online retailer sells delightful occasion wear for kiddies, but at a serious price (not that it will come as a surprise to you.)


Prince George's cute ensemble would have set Pippa back roughly £400, while Princess Charlotte's dress would have come in around the £500 mark. 



The bride, on the other hand, wore a stunning white lace dress with a high neck and capped sleeves, that is rumoured to have cost around £300,000 - casual. 


Regardless of the money spent, we hope Pippa and the entire Middleton/ Royal family had a marvellous day! 


Congrats to the happy couple - may yiu have a long and love-filled life together. 





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