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05/19/2018 08:26 EDT | Updated 05/19/2018 12:59 EDT

John And Brian, The Mulroney Twins, Could Not Be Cuter At The Royal Wedding

TOO CUTE.

Amidst all the spectacle of the royal wedding, two Canadians swooped in to steal the show.

Ben and Jessica Mulroney's twins — grandsons of former prime minister Brian Mulroney and children of Meghan Markle's BFF — were page boys for Prince Harry and Markle's big day on Saturday.

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Page boys John and Brian Mulroney accompany Meghan Markle as she arrives in a car for the wedding ceremony to marry Britain's Prince Harry, Duke of Sussex, at St George's Chapel, Windsor Castle, in Windsor, on May 19, 2018.

Seven-year-old brothers John and Brian held up the bride's glamourous veil as she walked into the chapel.

Television cameras snapped Brian with the more relatable expression on his face as he helped Markle walk inside.

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An excited Mulroney twin helps Meghan Markle into the chapel on Saturday.

Same, kiddo, saaaaame.

Ok, Brian. You're getting a TV in your room for the summer.

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Ben Mulroney confirmed which twin was making the adorable expression on his Instagram with a funny post acknowledging the cute photobomb. Royal wedding watchers initially struggled to figure out which twin was making the face because the boys are identical and are both missing front teeth.

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Page boys John and Brian Mulroney accompany Meghan Markle as she arrives in a car for the wedding ceremony to marry Britain's Prince Harry, Duke of Sussex, at St George's Chapel, Windsor Castle, in Windsor, on May 19, 2018.

The other twin seems just as excitable as Brian. John was spotted pressing himself against the window of the car bringing him, his brother and Markle to the chapel earlier in the day.

Because duh, if you're at a royal wedding, why not take all the sights in?

Little four-year-old Ivy Mulroney was also a bridesmaid at the wedding.

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