George and Charlotte to have roles in another wedding

It is thought the Queen herself is fond of Thomas and encourage Prince William to take him on his first royal tour to New Zealand in 2005.

It has continued into the 21st century, with Van Straubenzee's 31-year-old brother Charlie being a friend to Prince Harry.

Prince George, 5 and Princess Charlotte, 4, have also been bridal attendants for their uncle Prince Harry, as well as Princess Eugenie and their mum's friends Sophie Carter and Robert Snuggs.

Princess Charlotte at the wedding of Prince Harry and Meghan Markle in 2018. And now, according to royal correspondent Roya Nikkhah in The Sunday Times, George and Charlotte have been enlisted for an upcoming wedding.

Charlotte's godfather, Thomas van Straubenzee is marrying Lucy Lanigan-O'Keeffee, the assistant head teacher at Thomas's Clapham.

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The newspaper said van Straubenzee, who is also Princess Charlotte's godfather, proposed last week to Lanigan-O'Keeffe, who teaches outdoor learning and mindfulness at the school. Thomas is the older brother of Charlie van Straubenzee, who got married in August 2018 to Daisy Jenk. Thomas was previously married to Lady Melissa Percy, who he married in 2013 at Alnwich Castle, where both Princes William and Harry were in attendance, with William serving as usher.

While Charlie appears to be closer to Harry, Thomas is apparently very good friends with William.

Wedding details are minimal at this point, but it's confirmed that Will will be standing up in the ceremony - alongside his children - as an usher and he may even make a speech.

The last time George and Charlotte were seen together was at the beginning of June at Trooping the Colour, along with younger sibling Prince Louis and the rest royal family, on the balcony of Buckingham Palace.

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