The internet was in meltdown during the wedding
You may have seen Sam and Arthur Chatto at the Royal Wedding last weekend and just like the rest of the world thought: "Hellooooo, who are those royals and are they single?"
Let's just say everyone was in meltdown at the sight of these two:
The pair are the grandchildren of the Queen's late sister, Princess Margaret, and her ex-husband Antony Armstrong-Jones, 1st Earl of Snowdon. They're also both students at Edinburgh University in Scotland.
Sam and Arthur Chatto attended the wedding last weekend and everyone is dying to find out more about them. Luckily for you, we've already done the digging.
Who is Arthur Chatto?
Arthur Chatto, the chiseled 18-year-old and member of the royal family, is a History of Art fresher at Edinburgh University.
The Queen's great nephew and son of Lady Sarah Chatto, Arthur has 78k followers on Instagram and enjoys working out, arctic diving, mountain climbing and playing the bagpipes.
He also previously carried the Queen's train at the Order of The British Empire service in 2012 in his role as a page boy.
He goes out like any other student and visits clubs like Sinners on the reg. Rumour is, he doesn’t do anything without an "entourage of girls around him."
Apparently people turn up to events, if they know that Arthur is there.
Arthur graduated from Eton last summer. There, he was a member of the Combined Cadet Forces. And after university, he is thought to eventually join the armed forces.
He's one of the only few members of the royal family with a social media account. You can see a lot of him on there.
And as far as we know, he's not in a relationship either. So don't despair about Harry and Meghan's wedding, because it turns out there are young and single royals you can still hope to marry.
Who is Sam Chatto?
Sam Chatto is a fourth year History of Art student at Edinburgh University and a member of the Royal Family.
The 21-year-old is 22nd-in-line to the throne and unfortunately for you, he's not single.
He's been in a relationship with Sophie Pipe for the last three years.
Sam is interested in yoga, travel and pottery making. He also writes really wholesome Instagram captions to his 40k followers and people can't get enough of it.
During his time in Edinburgh, he has been the President of Diagnostic Society – the university's oldest debating society founded in 1816. Debates are held at black tie events, and senior members have to wear robes.