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Tuesday, 16 November 2010

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He wasn't a virgin either?

Prince William has announced his plans to marry his long-term girlfriend, Kate Middleton, so what?

Well at least the world has some happy news to celebrate and Royal followers will be jumping over the moon.

But there is one slight worry about Kate and Prince Willy, is she still a virgin ("what is that mummy?").

Back in the olden days an heir to the throne would have had to marry a virgin ("darling, a virgin is not a red aeroplane!") albeit, the Prince himself was never a virgin ("is he the man with that long grey hair and cuddly beard mummy?") because he would "bunk" any willing damsel or jester (if gay) that crossed his path.

Nowadays it's slightly different and Prince Willy and Kate have actually "done it" and she's not a virgin ("yes darling it's a red aeroplane and the man has a grey beard with long hair, but that's not what they mean") anymore.

The church once frowned upon such pre-maritial activities, but ever since Prince William's dad (Charlie) admitted he took particular exception to Camilla's tampons while still married to Princess Diana, the Church of England have decided to become a supporter of "Gay Rights" instead and leave the Royals to do what they want.

("Mummy, was Lady Di not a virgin either?", "no darling, but after Charles got his filthy hands on her I bet she wished she was a 'red aeroplane'!")

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