The grass was wet and my long dress was getting heavier and heavier as the water soaked upwards leaving a line of mud at the top. It had reached my knees before we came through ‘The Orchid Field’ and back onto the cut lawns by the ‘Temple’ where the ceremony was taking place! I had started by tucking my dress into my knickers and had put my shoes in my satchel (harp bag) on my back. The dress wouldn’t stay put, I was pushing the harp, precariously balanced on an old pram base and I put my shoes on very quickly when I accidently trod on a slimy frog. Me and frogs don’t really get on. There is a huge one living in an old bucket in the garden. I wanted to clear it up and started to move the bucket but there was a slight movement at the bottom and the huge frog stared back at me challenging my actions so I thought better of it. At a private lunch once HRH Prince Charles was a guest – still single in those days – he asked me to carry on playing the harp whilst he walked round the garden. He disappeared behind a huge line of bushes and a frog jumped out into the middle of the lawn. Five security guards appeared and urged me to kiss it. I hesitated and much to my embarrassment Prince Charles appeared back laughing questioning why I had hesitated.