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Sunday, 6 January 2008

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Prince Harry on a night out

Rumours filtering out of Buckingham Palace indicate that Prince Harry is about to give up Clubbing and Drinking to please the Queen.

A reliable source quoted that the Queens preferred choice as her successor was indeed Prince Harry much to the surprise of Prince Charles and Prince William.

Apparently Prince Charles blew his chances of becoming King the day he ditched the Duke of Edinburgh's favourite bit of Tottie Princess Diana.

Prince William has also been out of favour ever since he continued his relationship with Kate Middleton.

An insider at Buck House confirmed that Kate has a complete stranglehold over William and it is well known that The Duke of Edinburgh has no time at all for any marriage whereby the woman wears the trousers which would undoubtedly happen if William married Kate.

In fact at important functions it could well happen that Kate would be appearing in trousers and William would be wearing a kilt.

When the insider was questioned about the suitability of Prince Harry who is know for his wild nights out it was confirmed that the Duke saw no problem with the young man being able to sew his wild oats and get pissed as a rat as long as he did not spend too much time in Chelsea.

As the Queen is well know for taking Phillips advice it looks though the day will come when Harry is crowned King of England.

Long live the King.

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