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Saturday, 23 April 2011

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Queen Elizabeth is so fond of Shakira that she has presented her with her favorite Royal pet dog, 'Sir Bollocks.'

LONDON - Queen Elizabeth, the ever so gracious host that she is, has informed two of her favorite people, Manchester United's Chicharito and his erotically sexy girlfriend Shakira, the Colombian singer/belly dancer, to spend the weekend of the Royal Wedding at Buckingham Palace as the personal guests of herself and Prince Philip.

Ta Ta For Now News has more reporters covering the Royal Wedding than any other news agency.

And they noted that the queen was thrilled beyond belief when she received a text message from Shakira herself informing her that her and Chicharito would be honored to spend the weekend at Buckingham Palace.

Skakira asked the queen if she could bring along anything and the queen reportedly thought for a moment and then confessed that a bottle or two of Chivas Regal would be quite nice.

Chatsworth Wiggonholt of TTFNN pointed out that the queen has told the extremely popular couple that they will be staying in Prince Harry's old bedroom, which has since been repainted and the sword marks on the wall just above the Royal Prince Harry bed have been spackled and painted over and are no longer noticeable.

Shakira was so happy that she texted the queen and invited her and her husband "Felipe" as she calls him, to visit her native Colombia in the summer.

Wiggonholt said that Lilabeth, as Russell Brand refers to the queen, was so excited she yelled out "Yippee!" at the top of her Royal lungs.

Queen Elizabeth just turned 85 on Thursday, April 21. And although she is 85, she could easily pass for 81.

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