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Sunday, 20 March 2011

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Children who will NOT be going to Althorp in May

Earl Spencer is putting together expensive package holidays aimed at the rich but not so famous. This category includes members of The Red Scarf Brigade (Susan Boyle's rich American fanatics).

The Earl, Princess Diana's brother, is expected to host a formal lunch at Althorp only two days after Prince William and Kate Middleton tie the knot.

Althorp is where Lady Diana, Princess of Wales, is buried.

Not popular with many people at the best of times, this move is not intended to make him any more endearing to the public, it's mainly intended to make him even more money and gain him more publicity...good or bad...he doesn't seem to give a hoot.

The decorators have already been into Althorp, taking down family portraits and replacing them, albeit temporarily, with framed photographs of Susan Boyle from her Harper's Bazarr photo shoot last year.

Carpets are being rolled up in readiness for the installation of 'tartan' carpetting.

Menus for the expensive lunch will obviously include fish 'n' chips and haggis.

It is not yet know if Susan will be in attendance as she has an extremely busy schedule planned. However, Earl Spencer has arranged to have contact with her via satellite - to be shown on large screens throughout Althorp.

All staff have been ordered to wear red silk scarves for the duriation of the 'holiday getaway' and to accept, graciously, any blessings bestowed upon them by the Subo fanatics.

Susan Boyle's songs will be piped throughout the large house.

It is understood that Gerry Boyle, Susan's brother, has become a very close friend and business associate of Earl Spencer, working closely on this 'project' with a number of others already in the planning stages.

Two 'devoted loving' brothers who like to make a penny or two off their sisters no matter how low they have to stoop to do so.

Two peas in a pod.

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