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Monday, 4 July 2011

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Oh Canada!

Pippa Middleton excitedly rang the editor of 'Gobsmacked News' to let her know she received a postcard from sister Kate this morning. Kate is vacationing in Canada with her Prince and told Pippa she is having a wonderful time being fussed over and photographed.

The two have been emailing each other regularly, but Kate promised to send a postcard to Pippa. On the front was a picture of Kate and Wills.

Pippa was surprised to learn from Kate that polar bears don't roam freely in the towns in Canada and the sidewalks are NOT heated as the two sisters had once believed to be true. All cars do not have chains around their tyres - another myth.

Also, everyone doesn't eat pancakes and maple syrup for breakfast. Some Canadians actually hate the stuff and some enjoy a 'full English' except the bacon is all 'smoked'.

Not all Canadians say 'eh' at the end of every sentence. This, apparently, was a great disappointment for Kate as she had been practising how to speak added 'eh' to the end of her sentences in an effort to impress the Canadian people.

Pippa has asked Kate to bring her a 'mountie' home as a gift but Kate said she thinks he'd have to be quarantined for a year so Pippa told her not to bother.

'Gobsmacked News' promised to keep in touch with Pippa and, hopefully, find out what Kate actually DOES bring her back from Canada.

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