She said there were “no last-minute panics” and “no tantrums” from the Duchess.
However, Ms Brown also wrote: “I am told the bride’s only anxiety on the wedding day itself was that her stomach rumbling might be picked up by a hot mic.”
Kate Middleton had a ‘wedding day worry’ before marrying Prince William
Tina Brown said ‘the bride’s only anxiety on the wedding day itself was her stomach rumbling’
Camilla, the Duchess of Cornwall, recently said she was “so worried” about Kate and William’s wedding.
She said her concern was for the bridal party, which included her three-year-old granddaughter Eliza Lopes.
The Duchess told the Daily Mail: “I was so worried about Eliza. She is such a lovely little thing and looked so gorgeous in her dress, but it was a very big occasion for a child of her age.
“Harry pulled this wiggly worm out of his pocket in the carriage to keep them amused. Eliza loved it so much that she wouldn’t let go.”
“Can you believe it? She was holding onto my finger but in her other hand was this worm.”
Camilla said she was ‘so worried’ about Kate’s bridal party, which included a three year old
Ms Pearson explained royal aides wished Kate would wear her hair in a sleek up-do, but she went against the advice and asked to have it down.
Ms Pearson said: “Royal sources tell me that the royals indicated very strongly to Kate that they would prefer her to wear her hair up for this very special occasion.
“However, Kate had her heart set on wearing her hair down with long flowing curls, which is her favourite way to wear it and actually William’s favourite as well.
“They ended up compromising on her look.”
Kate also went against aides on the wedding, wearing her down
Speaking across more than 500 stations across the UK, the Cambridge’s made a 60-second message for 2022’s Mental Health Minute as part of Mental Health Awareness Week.
The pair apologised for interrupting all of the UK’s radio stations which united to play the message simultaneously at 10.59am on Friday.
Kate said: “If you think someone you know might be feeling lonely, just give them a ring, send them a text or knock on the door.”
William added: “Maybe suggest meeting for a coffee or a walk”, as Kate continued: “Because these small acts of kindness can make a big difference and help us all feel less lonely.”
Nigel Huddleston, minister for civil society and youth at the Department for Digital, Culture, Media and Sport, said: “The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge are great champions of mental health awareness and we’re hugely grateful to have their support through the Mental Health Minute.
“We know loneliness is having a disproportionate impact on our young people and this campaign offers easy to use guidance people can follow to improve their wellbeing.”
Source: EXPRESS CO UK