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Wednesday, 5 January 2011

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Reception to be held at the Fox

This years royal wedding will not be as extravagant as past events and is estimated to cost less than £500!

Following the ceremony the couple will be transported by a 1966 Jaguar Mk2 in rusty white to Fox and Hounds pub in Peckham. Once there they will be joined by their chosen guests to play party games such as down a pint in one, top shelf roulette and pass the balloon between your legs, before moving on to the finger buffet.

A royal organiser said 'In the current economic climate the couple have decided to keep costs down so the party games are being organised by a friend of Kate's who used to work for a popular adult holiday company and the catering by the resident chef at the Fox.'

He added: 'Although costs will be kept to a minimum the food will be top notch including such delicacies as; cold chicken drum sticks, egg mayo finger rolls and mini pizza slices for the guests to enjoy.'

After the buffet Harry (the best man) will toast the bridesmaids in the hope of getting his leg over, Kate's father will toast the happy couple and harry will again tell us all about the times Will and he shagged their way through the palace maids!

Later everybody will be encouraged to try their hand at some singing courtesy of Big Dave's Karaoke before the couple sneak off for a bit of nooky.

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