Kensington Palace released photos of newlyweds Prince Harry and Meghan Markle earlier this week. And while we couldn't stop staring at the stunning couple, and the rest of the adorable bridal party, some eagle-eyed observers noticed a major mistake in the photo.
In the group shot that included the couple, family members and the pageboys and bridesmaids, one of Harry's goddaughters, 3-year-old Florence van Cutsem, is without a bouquet to hold. Instead, Florence is forced to share a bouquet with 4-year-old Ivy Mulroney, the daughter of Jessica Mulroney (Meghan's best friend).
For the second photograph that only features the royal couple and their pageboys and bridesmaids, Florence is still without a bouquet! Did the arrangement somehow get lost in between the ceremony and when these photos were taken?
"Wondering why one of the flower girls did not have a bouquet?" one person on Twitter wrote.
However, there's actually a simple explanation for why Ivy and Florence had to share a bouquet. Ivy was responsible for taking Meghan's flowers once she reached the altar, hence why she didn't have a bouquet of her own.
The Duchess of Sussex's bouquet included Forget-Me-Nots (Princess Diana's favorite flower), flowers handpicked by Prince Harry from their Kensington Palace garden and Lily of the Valley. The arrangement was placed on the tomb of the unknown warrior at Westminster Abbey, per royal tradition.
For more on the wedding, watch the video above.
- This article was initially published on AOL.com: Major mistake pointed out in Prince Harry and Meghan Markle's official wedding photos