Prince William and Kate Middleton

Prince William and Kate Middleton's royal wedding celebration made Prince Charles lose his voice

PRINCE Charles yesterday told how his vocal chords took a battering during the raucous celebrations at William and Kate’s Palace wedding reception.
The 62-year-old lost his voice after chatting away to the newlyweds and their pals during the boozy party that went on until dawn.
Charles and Camilla left at midnight, but the damage had already been done. The croaky prince shared his experience with a crowd ­of 350 gathered at the revamped Royal Shakespeare Theatre in Stratford-on-Avon.Asked how he was by visitor Andrew Mosley, 23, from Solihull, the prince replied: “Actually, I lost my voice after the party.”Charles, who is president of the Royal ­Shakespeare Company, also chatted to royal fan Karen Reid about his son’s big day on Friday.
She said: “We told him we had enjoyed it very much and he said he had enjoyed it as well.”While Charles was still trying to recover from Friday’s fun and frolicking, newlyweds William and Kate returned to their cottage in Anglesey, North Wales, to begin their lives as a married couple at home. The prince is due to resume his duties as an RAF rescue helicopter pilot today.
The pair stayed out of the limelight as they prepare for their honeymoon, which they have postponed in the hope they can slip away ­unnoticed at a later date.They are believed to have spent a quiet weekend at Windsor Castle. William and Kate will not have servants at their cottage as they hope to live a normal life as possible.Go Camping for 95p! Vouchers collectable in the Daily and Sunday Mirror until 11th August.

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