Pippa Middleton's lavish ceremony wasn't all fun and games for one person - Prince George got a right royal telling off from his mother.
Pippa, younger sister of Kate, Britain's Duchess of Cambridge, was married in the small St Mark's Church in Englefield on Saturday (local time) surrounded by royals and celebrities.
As per usual, Prince George, 3, and his younger sister Princess Charlotte, 2, stole the show with roles in the ceremony as pageboy and bridesmaid.
But Kate had to get stern with George when he became tearful after the hour-long ceremony and got a bit grouchy having to sit through it, The Daily Mail reports.
The Duchess of Cambridge, dressed in a bespoke dusty pink Alexander McQueen dress, escorted the youngest members of the bridal party into the 12th century church, stopping occasionally to tell them to "shh" with her finger pressed to her lips.
The young royal looked glum as he scattered confetti, before turning his confetti basket upside down and walking away from the other children before potentially stepping on the bride's flowing gown.
However, the prince appeared to cheer up at the prospect of riding in a vintage wedding car as he made his way to the reception with his mother and sister and could be waving to onlookers.