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Meghan's Page Boy Lands 'Photobomb of the Royal Wedding' Award

It's not easy to upstage the bride.
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Big occasions can overwhelm the best of us. Especially if you're a child asking to help at the royal wedding while billions watch around the world.

At Harry and Meghan's nuptials was the latest in a line of Children Behaving Badly At Royal Weddingsother recent highlights include the bridesmaid covering their ears at Will and Kate's and Prince George being told off at Pippa and James'.

While holding Meghan Markle's train as she walked down the aisle one of the twin page boys (either Brian Mulroney or John Mulroney) couldn't help but express the "here we bloody go" that was going on inside his head.

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It's unconfirmed as of yet which brother it was but in years to come they'll undoubtedly be telling unbelieving friends it was their identical twin who lost their s**t at the royal wedding.

Needless to say as the nation looked on through tears of joy they enjoyed watching the ascent of a viral legend.

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This story originally appeared on Esquire.co.uk.

* Minor edits have been made by the Esquiremag.ph editors.

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