SHE is the envy of girls young and old across the world!
Not only was Paige Fiddes, grand-daughter of a Huddersfield couple, chosen to be bridesmaid at the royal wedding last weekend.
But the nine-year-old youngster managed to snatch a dance with the future king of England, Prince William - heartthrob to many.
Paige, who lives in Johannesburg, South Africa, was one of eight girls picked as bridesmaid at the wedding of Tom Parker Bowles - son of Camilla, Duchess of Cornwall - and Sara Buys on Saturday.
The youngster was chosen because her mother is a cousin of the bride.
Paige's great grandfather was Rugby League player Alec Fiddes - one of the greatest- ever Fartown players.
Today Paige was still reeling as she stayed with her father Graham and grandparents Ian and Sue Fiddes at their home in Rushfield Vale, Fenay Bridge.
Graham, 36, who has just returned to the UK, said: "I am very proud of her. She has been over the moon.
"I have seen several pictures and she was actually at the feet of Prince Charles on the photos.
"It must have been so memorable for her."
Paige wore a white and red dress for the wedding in Rotherfield Greys near Henley- on-Thames, Oxfordshire.
She said: "It was fun. There were lots and lots of people there.
"I met Prince Charles, Prince Harry and Prince William. They were all really nice. I had a really nice day."
More than 180 guests were at the ceremony, many of whom regularly grace the pages of celebrity magazines and gossip columns.
Guest arrived with capacious umbrellas as thunder rumbled and the clouds opened.
They included the Duchess of Cornwall's daughter Laura Parker Bowles with her boyfriend Harry Lopez, Tom Parker Bowles' father Andrew with his wife Rosemary, former Chancellor of the Exchequer Lord Howe, Camilla's sister Annabel Elliot and Chinese entrepreneur David Tang with his wife Lucy.
William and Harry arrived around 15 minutes before the ceremony in matching dark morning suits, white shirts, and pink ties.
The princes' girlfriends, Kate Middleton and Chelsy Davy, did not attend.
Prince Charles and his wife Camilla arrived minutes later and delighted the crowds by pulling up right outside the church so that they were within touching distance of onlookers.