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Revealed: How Prince William ensured he kept his cool on the big day... thanks to his tailor
By DAILY MAIL REPORTER
©Specially made: Prince William's wedding outfit was customised from a heat-absorbent material to prevent him passing out in the Abbey
Prince's wedding outfit was made of special heat-absorbing material so he didn't faint at the Abbey
Prince William had his wedding uniform made of special heat-absorbing material, to prevent him passing out at Westminster Abbey.
And his brother Harry had a tiny Velcro compartment sewn into his wedding uniform to keep the ring safe.
Tailor Russell Kashket, who was responsible for making 2,000 royal wedding uniforms, has spoken for the first time since a confidentiality agreement lapsed after the nuptials.
©Hands-on approach: The Prince worked closely with the tailors to get the look he wanted for the wedding
More than 350 members of the Kashket military tailoring staff in north London made the outfits, which also included the drum majors' gold state coats, Household Cavalry Mounted Regiment dress, and uniforms for all five Footguards regiments.
'It was difficult to make it all without anyone knowing what it was for,' Mr Kashket said. "We had to use a pseudonym.'
Prince William met with Mr Kashket several times to discuss the design. 'He was very concerned about the heat because he knew all the cameras and lights would make it very hot in the Abbey,' Mr Kashket said.
'We worked together to get the look he wanted while using material to absorb the heat and make sure he didn't pass out in front of two billion people across the world.'
©Cunning: Prince Harry kept the ring in this secret compartment sewn into his wedding uniform
Marlon Kashket said: 'The prince has an excellent physique so he really did justice to our tailoring skill. We had a last-minute rush when the palace asked us if we could incorporate some device that would hold the ring.'
Ceremonial military garments such as these do not have pockets and there was concern that, if Prince Harry waved to the crowd on his way to the Abbey, then the ring might be lost.
'To solve the problem we decided to sew a tiny secret compartment into the scarlet cuff sealed with Velcro. This kept Catherine's ring safe.'
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Smart: The wedding ring remained safe as Prince Harry - also in military uniform - walked Pippa Middleton up the aisle at Westminster Abbey
source: dailymail