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It was the pressure, probably, and the worst part of it is that the pressure follows them around, in the form of questions in interviews and suggestions from fans, and there are really only so many times one can say 'we're like brother and sister'.It's okay, of course, because they still love each other and she's still one of his best friends, but that kiss -- that kiss fractured something.He shrugs, mumbles something about being glad it's over, and she places her hands on his waist. He tells her how incredible it was to work with such an amazing actress in his first proper film, and she laughs at him."Oh, you are sweet," she smiles, shaking her head. He has no idea what he's even saying, because all he can think about is the fact that they're alone in a hotel room together, sitting on a bed. He doesn't even know why, maybe just because she's so amazing, and knowing that she's thinking of him that way has made his brain stop working. He doesn't even understand right away, all he knows is that when Ben's around he can't stop talking, and he gets all shaky and clumsy and, well, throws orange juice everywhere.He grins nervously as she pulls him into a hug, arms around his neck, and he wraps his arms around her too, dimly aware of the flashing cameras still nearby and hoping -- though he's not sure why -- that they're not catching this."Would you like to come back to my hotel room, later? Maybe she was right about him only having one thing on his mind. She seems a little bit stunned for a moment, but then begins to kiss back. She pulls back and answers it, and it doesn't take him long to realise she's speaking to her husband. "We never speak of it again."He nods, wishing he could be as cool about this as she is."You can go, if you like," she says, and he does. And Ben doesn't even seem to mind, it's like he finds it charming (well, not the orange juice bit -- he was pretty pissed off about that) and he's all smiles and jokes and casual touches until Will thinks he's really going to lose his mind.Will jerks at the touch, and then laughs at himself. Ben just says, "I think I do," and Will wraps his arms around him tightly, holding him close. It never gets particularly serious -- just slipping off to each other's trailers at first, then into each other's hotel rooms. A bit of a tease, sometimes a little detached when they're around everyone else, but otherwise perfect.Will is falling harder by the day, oblivious to almost everything else. Skandar is acting weird, ignoring him half the time and being glued to his side the rest of the time.
She runs her fingers back through her bleach-blonde hair. She talks about her for a while, saying the things the two of them have in common, and offers to set them up. "She sounds nice," he says, "but, actually, I'm gay."Anna's surprised and embarrassed, and Will watches the two of them exchange rather awkward apologies before Anna excuses herself.She takes a deep breath and Will starts to feel quite nervous."I was thinking about kissing you," she says. Ben follows him, finds him in his trailer, sitting on his bed with his head in his hands."Really, are you okay? Ben just grins at him, wide and open and understanding, and kisses him again."Is it all making sense now?" Ben asks gently, sitting next to him and rubbing his back. " Ben whispers against his neck as they settle down on the bed, Will underneath him."You have no idea," Will chuckles, shaking his head.Ben Barnes, who plays Prince Caspian, said he was disappointed to have missed the chance to meet the Queen because of his commitments he made to perform the stage version of Sebastian Faulks's novel Birdsong directed by Sir Trevor Nunn.Actor and writer Julian Fellowes, who welcomed the Queen to the cinema, said: 'The support of the Queen for the CTBF is fantastically important.