‘Oh, break my heart’... What the lip-reader saw
GROOM Jack Brooksbank’s over-swelling emotion was never more apparent than when he saw his bride enter the chapel.
As he stood at the altar, he whispered to his brother Tom: ‘Oh my heart, oh, break my heart.’
Jack then told his soon-to-be wife: ‘You look perfect.’
The romantic words were captured by professional lipreaders.
Meanwhile, as everyone’s attention was focused on the bride and groom, a number of sidesplitting asides were caught being whispered in the pews. Sarah, Duchess of York, told Princess Beatrice: ‘My stomach, can’t hold my stomach in!’ Her giggling daughter replied: ‘Mine is OK as I’m wearing a corset.’
Zara Tindall remarked pithily to cousin Prince Harry: ‘It’s very quiet compared to the screaming at your wedding.’
Outside the chapel, Sarah was asked by Robbie Williams’ daughter Teddy, six, if she was the Queen. ‘No,’ came the brisk response.
Teddy’s pop star dad also seemed impressed. ‘Wow, this is awesome ... yeah, yeah,’ Robbie exclaimed.
Making an entrance: Fergie, in a vivid emerald dress, points to onlookers at St George’s Chapel
Awkward moment? The duke is famously not one of Sarah’s big fans
Gut instinct: The conversation as they walked into the chapel
Girls aloud: Zara’s wry remark across the pews to her cousin Harry