Prince William's Dad Moment at the Royal Wedding


From Harper's BAZAAR

Prince William was always going to play a big role in his little brother's wedding. And as Prince Harry's best man, Prince William had his work cut out for him.

From making sure Harry got a good night's sleep the night before the wedding, to keeping the groom calm while he was waiting at the altar for Meghan to arrive, William did a tremendous job of ensuring that the wedding went off without a hitch.

But alongside his best man duties, Prince William was also attending Meghan and Harry's wedding in another capacity-as a dad of three.

While baby Prince Louis didn't attend the royal wedding, Princess Charlotte served as a flower girl, and Prince George as a page boy. While both were very well behaved throughout the occasion, and mom Kate Middleton was also on hand, Prince William had several major dad moments at the royal wedding.

Firstly, there was the moment he made sure Prince George got down the steps of St. George's Chapel by firmly holding his hand:

Then there was the moment he had to decipher who Prince George was pointing and shouting at, while remaining patient himself:

At one point, he noticed that Prince George was rubbing his eye, so checked to see that his son wasn't crying:

He even tried to guide Princess Charlotte to get out of the car, but she didn't seem to be paying very much attention to her dad:

Basically, Prince William may one day become King but, first and foremost, he'll always be a dad of three.

Video: Prince Harry, Prince William Arrive at Chapel


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