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Sunday, 12 December 2010

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My daughter and your son, Tony? A marriage made in heaven!

London - (Mario Testosterone News): As con artists go Tony and Cherie surely take the biscuit.

But their respective little bastards may be outdoing them in the deception stakes this week.

Posing in a St James' Palace reception room the couple known and William and Kate are pictured pulling a farce one.

Decades of successful impersonation has seen the nuptial wannabes milk yet more public credulity with their latest stand-up routine.

This promises yet another totally useless royal wedding - at a cost to UK taxpayers of a minimum £25 million in security and policing.

'William' was outed by Spoof News this year has Tony Blair's son by serial plagiarist and story thoef JK Rowling.

He is a half brother to Blair's other bastards David Beckham (by feckless ex-No 10 'gatekeeper' Anji Hunter) and David Cameron - son of a mystery Liverpool woman believed to be related to various Popes.

And 'Kate' Middleton'?

"She's Cherry Bush's daughter alright," Palace sources admitted grimly today, "did you really think it was a secret?"

Three top contenders vie for Middleton's actual paternity.

In no particular order they are Mark Thatcher (2/1), George W Bush (6/4) and Bill Clinton (5/4 with a run).

The 29 April 2011 wedding is certain to end up in the hystery books.

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