In a letter from Henry VIII, we see a detailed description of the way almost every gentleman at court was paraded two-by-two into the chapel, carrying torches, "tapers of virgin wax, gold, and salts. The four year old Elizabeth reportedly carried "the crysome richly garnished," with the help of the Prince's uncle, Edward Seymour.
Edward was carried under a canopy by Lady Marquis of Exeter, while the Earl of Arundel carried the train of the Prince's long robe. Behind Edward was the Lady Mary, whose own train was carried by Lady Kingston. They were followed by a number of other court ladies.