Prince William And Kate Middleton Were 'Dreading' The Olympic Kiss Cam


We've seen them debuting some cute PDAs at this week's Olympic events but Prince William has admitted he was 'dreading' the London 2012 kiss-cam catching him and Kate Middleton!

In an interview with the BBC alongside his brother Prince Harry, the Duke of Cambridge reveals that their time as spectators at last night's velodrome events was tense for a number of reasons!

Apparently Sir Chris Hoy's race to Olympic glory didn't provide the Prince with the most jitters of the night, in fact it was the infamous 'kiss cam' that got the normally cool and calm Wills a little hot under the collar!

William described watching Team GB's cycling pursuits as one of the highlights of his Games so far, telling Sue Barker "it was absolutely fantastic, the world records being beaten and the atmosphere in there was electric."

It was a different story when it came to the 'kiss cam' though, which aims to catch loved-up coupled in a clinch. The Prince admitted: "I was absolutely dreading they were going to come and show myself and my wife and that would have been very embarrassing."

Whilst there was no kiss, the Duke and Duchess did treat fellow spectators to a few scenes of affection, as Wills engulfed his wife in a massive bear hug as Sir Chris rode his way to victory.

The Princes' BBC interview also saw them praise the "amazing" spirit of London 2012. As Olympic ambassadors, Kate, William and Harry have been a constant presence at the Games, taking in a number of different events this week. Harry described his week saying "the support of the British public is something else, the buzz... is astonishing."

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