Prince William and his wife to be, Kate Middleton have officially announced their wedding itinerary for the great day.
From morning till evening everything has been meticulously planned and even an official public holiday has also been announced.
The 29th of April is the famous day and the Royals, expecting the British public to spend all day following the great event on TV, have been quite shocked that there is a certain amount of antipathy towards the wedding?
It seems that UK travel offices are being bombarded with bookings by millions of Brits hoping to escape the whole circus, pantomime, theatre (call it what you want)?
One not so royal punter who has booked a destiny in Iraq? Was asked why he wanted to escape this historical event, here his answer:
"Iraq was the last place available and I'd rather face terrorist bombs, insurgent attacks, no clean food or water before I am forced to watch Willy, his virginal (?) missus, blanket coverage and sentimental bullshit for 24 hours and more, that's pure f+++++g torture!"
A royal spokesman countered the claims that Brits are sick to death of the royals by announcing that bookings from dumb Yanks (mostly over 85 years-old) hoping to wave at the lovely couple are sky high.
The US has always been the UK's main allies even in desperate times!