Harry’s ‘big Willy’ wedding impression had Kate & William’s guests in stitches
Prince Harry did a 'high pitched' impersonation of his new sister-in-law in his best man speech – and revealed Kate Middleton's rude-sounding nickname for Prince William.
The Duke of Sussex was Prince William 's best man at the 2011 royal wedding and according to reports, it seems he nailed the big speech.
Managing to include both humour and sweet stories of the newlyweds, Prince Harry's words reportedly left Kate with tears in her eyes.
Prince Harry is said to have told Prince William he was the 'perfect brother' during the emotional speech and revealed the moment he knew his relationship with Kate 'was serious'.
And now, writing for News.com.au, royal biographer and Editor in Chief of Majesty Magazine, Ingrid Seward, has described the moments of the speech that led to tears and laughter.
Ms Seward wrote: "Instead, he called William the 'perfect brother' referred to him as 'dude' several times, called his relationship with Kate 'inspirational' and, to huge applause, added: “William didn’t have a romantic bone in his body before he met Kate, so I knew it was serious when he started cooing down the phone.”
"According to late-night revellers leaving the party, Harry then did a high-pitched impersonation of Kate calling William one of her favourite nicknames 'Big Willy' and of his brother calling her 'Babykins', to much hilarity from the guests."
It was previously claimed that Prince Harry's ex-girlfriend Chelsy Davy convinced him to remove a line from his best man's speech about Kate Middleton's 'killer' legs for fear it would embarrass the bride.
Harry, who now lives in Montecito, Santa Barbara, with pregnant wife Meghan Markle and their son Archie, helped make the day almost 10 years ago on April 29 especially memorable for the newlyweds.
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He also took responsibility alongside Kate’s sister Pippa Middleton for “transforming the Throne Room at Buckingham Palace into a nightclub” by organising disco balls and “giant glass bowls of Kate and William’s favourite Haribo sweets”.
Katie Nicholl wrote the biography Harry: Life, Loss, and Love in 2017 and reveals details of Harry’s speech at Buckingham Palace.
Ms Nicholl wrote: “Harry happily took on the role of master of ceremonies and made sure everyone was having a great time.”
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