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Friday, 6 May 2011

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Things at Buckingham Palace are pretty much back to normal now. (Photo by Ricky Gervais).

LONDON - It was supposed to be a party that no one would ever talk about but as things happen, someone leaked out some photos and now the 'snapshots' have hit the fan to put it in a family way, which by the way, Pippa is not.

Loretta Piffinshaw of Ta Ta For Now News was the first to break the story. She was quickly followed by Brompton Boxgrove of The Tickety Boo News, and then by Birmingham Cribworthy of The Bee's Knees News Agency.

All three English publications only agreed to release the story after they learned that two foreign publications Italy's The Daily Vino and France's Le News agency were going to go public with the story and photos.

A spokesperson for the Middleton family identified as Sir Morgan Bicklebeach, 74, stated that he had not seen the photos in question.

He did remark that one has to keep in mind that the party that Pippa Middleton attended was held in a dimly lit hall and as many men know all women pretty much lookalike in dimly lit halls, unless of course they are physically endowed like someone such as country legend Dolly Parton.

Miss Piffinshaw of TTFNN revealed that the photo clearly showed Pippa Middleton dressed in a purple bra and a beige slip dancing in a somewhat passionate manner with a young, unidentified shirtless male in his boxer shorts.

Fiffinshaw said that the couple was reportedly dancing to a song by the Baha Men titled, "Who Let The Dogs Out."

The Ta Ta For Now News reporter quipped that the song was quite appropriate due to the fact that Pippa's 'puppies' were in fact hanging out fairly well.

A spokesperson for Buckingham Palace when asked to comment on the photos stated that they did not have time to comment on the pictures since they were much too busy trying to get all of the wedding gift thank you cards signed and in the mail.

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