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Sunday, 8 July 2007

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Sacrificing her sanity: Kate Midleton

London - (Ass Mess): Some women sacrifice their virginity. Some sacrifice careers. And some even sacrifice entire well-planned futures all for the sake of that special man.

But few are daft enough to sacrifice their sanity all for the sake of a huge gamble on a bloke being able to blag his way as "third in line to the throne of Great Britain".

Especially when the man caoncerned is well known to spooks and cops as the son of George W Bush and an impostor planted into the Puppet Monarchy after the Pretender's sons were topped in a coke-induced frenzy twenty years or so ago.

But in the minds of the Mail on Sunday's editors this is exactly what has happened as the daftassss tabloid, not dubbed the Fascist on Sunday for nothing, continues to ply its readers with the fantasy that Kate Middleton has resumed her fag-hag duties as William's girlfried.

In Buckingham Palace however the fantasy has been trashed along with all the Mail's other's 'scoops' that claim Middleton is back swooning in the Pretender's pretend son's arms.

The paper's revelation that this silly young woman has been persuaded to "pull out of a charity event" next month in order she can "concentrate on her relationship" is of such an asinine calibre that if it was published in any other newspaper both the author and commissioning editor who soon find themselves being handed their P45 and at the back of the dole queue.

"She needs time with William as her main focus," the paper claimed today in a below-the-belt strike that can only appeal to the most febrile-minded fantasy believers who still think it impossible that they have been taken foe a spectacular ride.

During the years leading up to World War II the Mail newspaper was on the side of appeasement of Hitler and the destruction of the Act of Settlement to allow Catholics eaqual opportunities to have a bash at reigning on the Throne of England.

Little sems to gave changed in the paper's editorial agenda.

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