Harry, Markle name bridesmaids and page boys

Plus, take a look at the biggest differences in traditions between American and British weddings.
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episode of "Hoarders." Now to our "Gma" cover story. We're just three days away from the royal wedding and as we've said, prince George will officially be a page boy and princess Charlotte will be a bridesmaid. ABC's Adrienne Bankert is in Windsor with more on that and how Meghan Markle and prince Harry are incorporated both American and British traditions. Good morning to you, Adrienne. Reporter: Good morning, Michael. And, yes, this royal couple has had its share of modern twists to their love story but many traditions still hold including the participation of the cutest kids joining the bride in walking down the aisle. We now know who the smallest and most adorable members of prince Harry and Meghan Markle's wedding party will be. This morning, the palace releasing the full list including prince George, princess Charlotte and the three children of Megan's friend and stylist Jessica Mulroney along with two daughters of another close friend, beneath that Litt. They've chosen the children of both of their friends. Equally split from each side. We know we are a fantastic team and we hope to over time try and have as much impact for all the things we care about as much as possible. I'm very excited about that. Reporter: Ef detail fall nothing place for the American princess' storybook wedding. Inside the royal kitchen at winds, 30 chefs and assistants are chopping, peeling and prepping for the couple's 600 guests. Creating a foodie fantasy. The couple wanted us to make sure we used all of the local seasonal produce as much as possible throughout their menu. All their decisions we purely made suggestions and the couple were involved in -- tasted everything. They've been into -- involved in every detail. Reporter: Michael Bruce curry the American head of the episcopal church has been chosen to deliver the sermon historical fulfilled by clergy from the church of England. While they proved they're not afraid to break with tradition. They've broken with tradition slightly in this regard in that they're not having a sit-down dinner for their 600 guests. Because they've got so many guests at Windsor castle they're having more buffet style food. Reporter: When it comes to saying "I do" the weddings are different. Wearing quite is a major no-no in America but British bridesmaids often do. Who could forget pippa Middleton's curve hugging Alexander Mckean at Kate's nuptials and well behaved young children follow the bride into the ceremony whether than precede her as we see with the U.S. Flower girls and ring bearers. At the end of the aisle in the uk the prince groom faces away from the bride until S reaches the altar. Just as prince William did while Harry snuck a look. We'll see if Harry sneaks a look this time around but here in the uk, brides actually pay for their wedding parties while in America, most of us women know about paying for all of those bridesmaids' dresses. From 2 to 7 and we'll find out about the bridesmaids' dresses and page boy uniforms on the wedding day and if you indulge me one pore thing, fight on. A greing to our usc guests in the studio today. Michael, back to you. All right. As kro the pond. All right, thank you, Adrienne. I love that, Adrienne. We really appreciate that. Adrienne answered a lot of questions, George, the same things you were asking me. I was taking notes the whole time. Right there. Very helpful. You remember that time when Harry looked. Oh, totally. Like he leaned into his brother like, hey. Of course, so many are wondering

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