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Prime position for nurses invited to watch the Royal Wedding

The nurses represented the children's charity Wellchild. Credit: Victoria Amiss-Smith

Two nurses from Cambridge and Bedford were given prime spots to watch the Royal Wedding on Saturday.

Lucy Andrews and Vicky Amiss-Smith who work at Addenbrookes Hospital watched the ceremony in a special area of Windsor Castle.

They had an excellent view from inside the grounds of Windsor Castle. Credit: Victoria Amiss-Smith

They were among 200 people invited from organisations that are special to Harry and Meghan- now the Duke and Duchess of Sussex.

The two nurses represented the children's charity Wellchild. Prince Harry is the patron of the national charity for seriously ill children, which runs a nationwide network of children’s nurses.

It was all smiles from the groom as he headed into St George's Chapel. Credit: Victoria Amiss-Smith

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