The Prince William (and king-in-waiting-king-in-waiting) has confessed to pre-wedding nerves in advance of his wedding on April 29th.
Well who wouldn’t be nervous?
Still, he’ll have a few friends to make sure he gets there on time and make sure he doesn’t duck out at the last Royal minute. Metropolitan Police, Special Branch, Coldstream Guards, MI5 etc., etc.
But although Prince William admitted that his knees were knocking during a recent wedding rehearsal he denied reports today that the SAS were involved in making the arrangements for last weekends stag do.
And a Royal Spokesman robustly denied (so it must be true) rumours that his stag do was actually held in a small town in Libya nestled safely under the no fly / no press zone.
An un-named source was overhead to have said, “Well this guys friend has a brother and his sisters husband definitely has received information that the plan was cooked up to get one over on those newspapery scum. And the chance to top-up the tan before the wedding was too hard to resist.”
His Royal Highness was talking about his wedding after demonstrating his work as a Search and Rescue pilot on a training exercise out of RAF Valley in Anglesey. Which was handy because he lives round there so it’s not so much of a commute.
“It’s rewarding because every day you come in you don’t quite know what’s going to happen, it’s quite exciting in that sense, it’s unpredictable.
… And flying helicopters can be a bit dodgy as well.”