Oh dear! poor boy. My DS was quite nervous in the morning of the 19th as well. When we reached the parking, he said he needed to go to the toilet immediately.
I did not know what to do. DH suggested going home because we could not find any public toilets, and because we were there at 7.25 a.m. and the parking meter starts to work only at 8 a.m and KEGS is only 10 min drive from where we live, we rushed back home. He did take his time...I was standing in front of the toilet, DH was in the car waiting and as soon as he came out we ran down the stairs.... and ...... any way we reached KEGS in time and joined the queue, I thought we'd be late for the registration because it closes at 8.25. am. When he saw the long queue of parents and boys, he quickly cheered up. I had to give my watch because he left his at home. He was quite reluctant to wear my girly watch, but he knew he needed it. What a morning it was. Oh its all over now.