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  • n. Plural form of pageboy.


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  • Burnand said he had only seconds to set up his favourite photograph, of the newlyweds with the bridesmaids and pageboys, having coaxed the children with promises of jelly beans and sweets.

    How royal wedding photographer Hugo Burnand tackled 'gig of the century'

  • After the foreign royals and the members of the British royal family, we were all delighted to see the little bridesmaids and pageboys arrive.

    Yvonne Yorke: Covering the Royal Wedding from the Front Lines

  • In 1989, she saw a green felt hat that looked "like crocodile teeth" made by a Royal College of Art student named Philip Treacy and commissioned him to make hats for her wedding — knights 'helmets for the pageboys, floor-length jesters caps for the bridesmaids.

    Photo-Op: The Hat Madder

  • I think there's a good chance that one of pageboys will be William's godson, 12-year old Prince Constantine Alexios, the son of Crown Prince Pavlos of Greece and his American heiress wife, Marie-Chantal Miller.

    Yvonne Yorke: NEW Royal Wedding Details: The Dress, The Ceremony, The Receptions & More

  • Chiara still looked solemn; this was her wedding day, and, as she confessed to Joanne later, she was freezing cold and terrified she would trip and scared the pageboys would have bubble gum or peashooters or somehow manage to mangle up the wedding train.

    A Small Death in the Great Glen

  • Joanne knew one of the pageboys and two of the bridesmaids.

    A Small Death in the Great Glen

  • The days of dressing a pageboy in a sailor suit are thankfully in the past and the trend is for pageboys to emulate the older groomsmen by wearing smart suits.

    Archive 2008-04-01

  • Henry Kaye have been specialising in wedding accessories for over 20 years and know from experience what it takes to complete the look with careful accessorising for both brides and their bridesmaids, flowergirls and pageboys.

    Archive 2008-03-01

  • Singing and dancing her way through those glorious MGM musicals of yore, making movie history with perennial co-star Van Johnson, or playing the brave wives of William Holden, Alan Ladd, Jimmy Stewart and dozens of other World War II heroes in the days of Peter Pan collars, pageboys and saddle oxfords, she was a box-office sensation whose unique presence and foghorn voice will live forever on the silver screen.

    So Long, Farewell to Galaxy of Stars

  • Surely these breaking stories are more important than Mark Foley's clumsy passes at pageboys.

    GOP Should Lose Seats for Crimes Greater Than Foley's Lust


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