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Tuesday, 23 November 2010

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The corpulent Queen Mother needed a whalebone corset to stop her frightening the whorses

London - (Nazi Ass Mess): The House of Windsor hate pact has reared its ugly once again with today's royal wedding announcement.

Kate and William's choice of 29 April coincides with Adolf Hitler's wedding to Eva Braun in a Berlin bunker in 1945.

The day is also the 25th anniversary of the Duchess of Windsor's funeral.

She was buried at the royal mausoleum in Frogmore next to her husband, the former King and penultimate British Emperor.

The vitriolic feud began with King Edward VIII's abdication to marry elegant American divorcee Wallis Warfield.

British snobs and racists couldn't hack such a marriage and began waging a war of attrition against the couple.

The Blue Ridge Mountains-born socialite then found herself the target of a foul smear campaign from the future Queen Mother.

Elizabeth Bowes Lyon's corpulent post-pregnancy body 'was probably behind the vendetta' because it was such a contrast to Wallis's svelte, trim figure - which didn't need any excruciating whalebone corset to stop it frightening the whorses.

Today's announcement coincides with reports that Kate is already pregnant and will farrow around June 1st.

Prince Philip might be dead by then, of course.

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