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"Did you see the wiggly worm? That was the funniest thing. I can't believe no one has spotted it," the Duchess of Cornwall told the Daily Mail. She was referring to her granddaughter Eliza Lopes' new friend in the official royal wedding portraits.


The "wiggly worm" helped keep the three-year-old bridesmaid smiling and was a special gift from Prince Harry, who pulled out the toy from his pocket during the carriage ride from Westminster Abbey back to Buckingham Palace.

Watch the clip below for a close-up of the newest royal family member, and we don't mean Kate:

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