It's awkward going back up to Edinburgh to see my old friends, because I'm not on the same wavelength.
My sisters were very successful and confident. It was, 'Oh, you are Pippa's brother! Are you Catherine's brother?' And so I was automatically put into the top sports teams and academic sets.
I work incredibly hard - just like every other person in business and work. And aside from the fact of, yes, I am the brother of someone very important, I am, at the end of the day, just James.
I'm very proud of my dyslexia. I wouldn't have it any other way. It sits absolutely with what I do, how I think, and who I am.
Marriage is absolutely not something I'm scared of, but it isn't necessarily the be-all and end-all.
At the end of the day, whether it was in a little church or Westminster Abbey didn't matter: it was me, as a brother, doing a reading for my sister and her husband at their wedding, and I wanted to do it right.