RAF trumpeters will perform a newly-composed piece of music as a fanfare at Westminster Abbey while the royal couple sign the register on April 29.
The piece - called Valiant and Brave - has been composed by RAF Wing Commander Duncan Stubbs.
The band will not play the music in public until the day of the royal wedding. Its title is the same as the motto used by the squadron in which Prince William serves as a search and rescue pilot.
One of the seven trumpeters playing on the day said: "I think as a member of RAF it is an honour to be involved in the royal wedding but in my career it is something I will talk about for years."
He added: "When I am an old man I'll be able to say I was there and be proud of it."
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