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His satellites- the senior clerk, a countinghouse clerk, a scullery maid, a cook, two old women, a little pageboy, the coachman, and various domestic serfs- were seeing him off.
The flower girls were Amelai Ali and Tilly Woodhouse and the pageboys were Freddie Dyson and Lucas Crank.
All 325 guests, including 12 bridesmaids and two pageboys, then hopped bacK on the buses, PARKED on St Mary Street, to celebrate at the Vale Hotel.
Three photographs have been released, with one showing just the new Duke and Duchess of Cambridge and a second of the happy couple with their bridesmaids and pageboys.
One day before the much-anticipated ceremony, Kate was joined by best man Prince Harry, bridesmaids and pageboys as well as members of her family.
The royal and his soon to be sister-in-law were accompanied by the young bridesmaids and pageboys for the event.
One look at the list of bridesmaids and pageboys and it's obvious that the attendants are blue-blooded.
Royal sources believe the pageboys will include William's cousins Samuel Chatto, 14, his brother Arthur, 12, and Charles Armstrong-Jones, 11, brother of Margarita.
Russ and Caron's two sons will be pageboys at the wedding at a Surrey hotel.
While not famous, the faces of Peninsula pageboys, housekeepers and bellmen are just as compelling as those of celebrities when seen through her lens.
No great display of wealth, armies of pageboys, pomp and ceremony, or aristocrats posing for society photographers.
THE bride-to-be usually decides the style and colour of the outfits that the bridesmaids and pageboys are to wear.