One choir boy at King’s College in Cambridge will be given just 10 seconds notice before he is chosen to start the world famous carol service broadcast to 30 million listeners.
Stephen Cleobury, who has directed the choir since 1982, will select one of the 16 choir boys to start A Festival of Nine Lessons and Carols with a solo of Once in Royal David’s City. He makes the last minute decision to avoid any jealousy among the boys, aged between 9 and 13, and to prevent any unnecessary nerves.
Female students at prestigious Cambridge University stripped off to reveal their BREASTS and BUMS at a fashion show – with some just wearing NIPPLE TASSLES.
The Cambridge elite flashed their assets as they strutted their stuff on the catwalk in revealing bondage outfits, see-through mesh trouser suits and backless dresses. Others were completely topless and used heart-shaped nipple tassles to cover their modesty as they paraded in front of around 1,000 people at the event in Cambridge.
A couple enjoyed a “magical” white winter wedding after they were caught in EIGHT INCHES of snow following a freak BLIZZARD. Carly and Chris Atwill were thrilled when their wish for snow came true and their wedding venue was turned into a winter wonderland.
Wedding photographer Paul Liddement captured a series of stunning shots of the newly-married couple in the grounds of Lartington Hall in Barnard Castle, Teesdale, County Durham. The snow began falling at the start of the wedding ceremony and when they emerged an hour later it was an incredible eight inches deep.
A former soldier has described how Prince William held his head and exchanged “military banter” with him for half an hour after he was knocked unconscious by a tree branch.
Jim Schembri didn’t know the Duke of Cambridge had come to his rescue when he suffered a nasty accident at work on Tuesday. The 37-year-old, who used to serve in the Light Infantry, joked that he didn’t want William flying him to hospital in the air ambulance before realising he was already looking after him.
An extreme bargain hunter FLEW from a business meeting in Sheffield to his home in Essex via BERLIN – because it was nearly £8 CHEAPER than taking the train.
Jordon Day, who is nicknamed The Coupon Kid, saved £7.72 by taking an international flight home via GERMANY instead of catching a UK train. The 18-year-old, who admits he always goes “the extra mile to save money” ended up going an extra 1,017 miles to save some cash – and even had some spare Euros for a currywurst.