Good event will come – royal wedding:
Wedding day jitters and sleepless nights are normal experiences for most grooms. And it seems a future king is not spared bouts of pre-ceremony nerves.
Prince William shows the Queen and the Duke of Edinburgh the Sea King Helicopter he flies during his training as a Search and Rescue pilot.
Providing a rare insight into the pressures faced ahead of the Royal Wedding, Prince William has confessed to being nervous and daunted about marrying Kate Middleton in fewer than four weeks’ time.
The 28 year-old admitted to being so nervous that his knees starting knocking during a recent wedding rehearsal at an undisclosed location while he has also suffered through sleepless nights worrying about “the whole thing”.
In a break from a training exercise at the RAF Valley base in Anglesey, he also confessed that marrying his 29 year-old fiancée in front of hundreds of guests – and the expected biggest worldwide TV audiences since his parents’ wedding in 1981 – remained “quite a daunting prospect”.
Despite the couple, who met at university more than seven years ago, having access to some of the best wedding planners in the country, the Prince said there was “still a lot of planning to be done”.
The Prince, who regularly deals with life-threatening situations as an RAF search and rescue pilot, acknowledged to being just as wracked with nerves about his pending nuptials on April 29.
Let’s hope it.