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Why Wills struggled to fit the ring on Kate

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Published on 16 May. 2011 1:40 AM IST
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When Prince William struggled to fit the ring on his bride’s finger at the Royal Wedding, most of the two billion people watching probably put it down to nerves.
But the real reason for those awkward few seconds was that Kate had asked for her ring to be made a size too small.
Kate asked Wartski, who made the ring, to make it a size smaller so it didn’t slip off,’ says my man in the know.
‘She had her engagement ring resized because she’d lost weight and didn’t want the same problem with her wedding ring slipping off’.
‘It has now become a subject of amusement to her and William.’

 
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