A new royal biography claims Prince Harry planned to make a shock claim about Kate Middleton at the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge's wedding.
Royal author Katie Nicholl, in her biography “Harry: Life, Loss, and Love”, says Harry planned to make a rather risky best man’s speech.
However it was Harry’s his girlfriend at the time, Chelsy Davy, that made him delete one line in particular.
Ms Nicholls revealed: “She had helped Harry edit the best man’s speech, sensitively advising him to take out a line about Kate’s ‘killer legs’ that might have embarrassed the bride.”
“It was affectionate, warm and funny and touched William deeply."
“When he said the couple’s decade-long romance was his inspiration, there was a shy smile from Chelsy, while Kate shed a tear.
“The speech was peppered with Harry’s classic sense of humour, and he ribbed his brother: ‘William didn’t have a romantic bone in his body before he met Kate, so I knew it was serious when William suddenly started cooing down the phone at Kate.’”
“Famous for his mimicry, Harry then impersonated his brother calling Kate ‘Babykins’, to much laughter from the guests.”
Nicholl claims that it was Will and Kate’s nuptials that made Chelsy realise that she could never be a royal.
“Being part of the royal wedding had made Chelsy’s mind up once and for all.
“The life of a royal bride was not for her and she told Harry she could never make the sacrifices Kate had made.”