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Thursday, 24 February 2011

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Other news agencies have established that Sarah Ferguson, Duchess of York, was nixed from the guest list of the Kate and Wills wedding, but was the blood uncle of William and Harry, Charles Spencer, brother of Princess Diana, on the invite list? If invited, will he be asked, (as the one and only blood uncle) to speak from the pulpit? Maybe they can rein him away from the pulpit, but he has to give a toast for the newly weds at the luncheon following the wedding.

Oy vey!

The news media made it clear that the Obamas were not invited, and it's a pretty safe bet that Moammar Kadafi and Hosni Mubarak were also out. If the Prince of Jordan was invited, (a good friend of Prince Charles) he may not want to leave his country without it, as he may not get back in.

But to banish Sarah Ferguson, but invite her daughters? Tsk, tsk! Not nice.

So she was caught on camera in a London hotel room trying to negotiate some P.R. work for her strapped bank account. Isn't that comparable to the Royal Warrants issued to suppliers of royal goods posted on entrances of Fortnum & Mason, Harrods and Swaine Adeney?

So far, Prince William isn't smugly smirking, "What ever love means..." and that's a hopeful start. Video of Kate at age 12 performing as Eliza Doolittle in a school play is precious. And in rain or sleet, she never seems to have a bad hair day. Could she be wearing a rubber wig? Wills, however, appears to be thinning out. Strange, as the hair gene is suppose to pass through the mother's side and the Spencers all have hair like horse brushes. Proof? The blood uncle.

Following the example of Bruce Willis and Jason Strathorn, he could decide to go commando and shave it all off.

As of the present, no one from Spoof has announced that he or she received an invitation to the wedding, and the entire staff is therefore relegated to the sidelines along with Kadafy, Mubarak and Sarah Fergurson.

Now that's a real big snub.

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