Comrades who fought alongside Prince Harry during his time in Afghanistan will line the street outside the chapel where the wedding will take place.
Twenty-three soldiers, one sergeant and one officer from 3 Regiment Army Air Corps will be on ceremonial duties as Prince Harry and Megan Markle are married on Saturday.
Captain William Colder has expressed his nerves ahead of the weekend, he will be Half Company Commander and will lead his soldiers in a royal salute.
He explained, “We will march through Windsor into the castle in time for the end of the wedding and as the couple and the royal family depart, we will be pride of place presenting them with a royal salute as they emerge from the chapel.”
“For us stepping into ceremonial duties is something a little bit outside of our remit but it’s a nice, special treat and something different.”
Staff Sergeant North served with Prince Harry during his time at Wattisham, he too has expressed his nerves ahead of the weekend. “It’s a privilege.” He said.
Corporal Stuart Armstrong is a communications specialist who worked with Harry during his Apache Pilot training has said it will be an “honour” to be involved in such an important occasion.
He said: “We’ve been at it all week this week, so between practising our drill, getting our uniforms ready so it’s been pretty much non-stop.”
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