AMERICAN Wendy Williams says her husband Darren is ready to fight on behalf of her nation despite the fact he is orginally from Wales.
Wendy, 37, moved to Gresford two months ago and this week wished she was back in her native country to mourn with her family following the terrorist attacks in New York and Washington.
On Wednesday she picked up her star spangled banner and headed on a long walk to Wrexham town centre where she was supported by many passers-by but received some verbal abuse by a small number of youths.
Mrs Williams, who has one young daughter, watched the World Trade Center fall to its knees on national television.
She told The Chronicle: 'It was completely devastating. I don't know what I felt. I am just numb and dumbfounded.
'I am shocked and sad for the families who nobody is mentioning. This attack was on the World Trade Centre which contained people from all over the world.'
Mrs Williams tied the knot to Darren, 35, in December. He had been working in the USA as a physiotherapist about four years before meeting Wendy through work.
He works at the Grosvenor Nuffield Hospital in Wrexham Road, Chester, as a physiotherapist.
He became an American citizen two months ago and says he will fight for America if President Bush declares war on the terrorists who attacked the heart of the USA.
'Everybody has been really nice to us. I walk to Wrexham everyday and decided on Wednesday to take my flag with me. People were honking their car horns and waving.'
Asked what America's response should now be to the terrorists Mrs Williams added: 'Blow the s**** out of them all.'