Royal couple's wedding nerves

Britain's Prince William has admitted that his nerves are getting to him so bad ahead of his impending wedding to Kate Middleton that his knees started knocking at their rehearsal.
The second in line to the throne will marry his long term girlfriend Kate Middleton at London's Westminster Abbey on April 29 and admitted with less than a month to go he is feeling the pressure.
He said: "I did the rehearsal the other day and my knees were tapping quite nervously so it's quite a daunting prospect but a very exciting one and I'm thoroughly looking forward to it. However, there is still a lot of planning to be done in the last four weeks.
Meanwhile Vanity Fair reports that "Kate Middleton is ''incredibly nervous'' about the prospect of a four minute walk down the aisle to marry Prince William, which is the reason she has decided not to arrive at the venue in an open carriage.
The brunette beauty has decided not to arrive at the venue in an open carriage because she thinks it will be too daunting and wants to concentrate on the walk.
A friend told Vanity Fair magazine: "Kate is incredibly nervous about the four-minute walk up the aisle and she thinks arriving in a carriage and waving to the crowds would just be too nerve-racking. She is worried she might be upsetting some of the courtiers because she's breaking with tradition, but she just wants to do what she feels comfortable with."
Instead, Kate will arrive in a limousine accompanied by her father Michael Middleton.