The world was stunned yesterday as Kate Middleton and Chelsea Davies were sensationally held after a dawn raid at Buckingham Palace.
S019 and Customs sealed off a cordon in excess of 1000 meters around the swish London pad and applied for a 3 mile air exclusion zone disrupting flights at both Gatwick and Heathrow. It's understood the pair were handcuffed and taken to Scotland yard to be processed and interviewed by Flying Squad detectives. After being grilled well into last night they were finally bailed to the Queen's residence after she agreed to put up the estimated £4 million bail order.
Details of the accusations are few and the Royal Press Office have yet to release a statement to the press, however our South African correspondent Mashey Aleem reveals the feelings of betrayal and rising tensions in the nation's capital Cape Town:
"Chelsea is a well known figure in these parts. She was recruited very early on in the illegal diamond export business. It's no surprise she's attracted a well known royal. Everybody knows royalty has a penchant for diamonds."
Everything was going smooth with Chelsea and Harry, until Kate wanted to get in on the act.
"As soon as Kate arrived, everything started to go downhill. Harry didn't want Will getting in on the act, but Kate was too clever for them both. If there's a piece of the pie going, Katey will want a bite. It turns out she got too greedy."
Although things look very dire for the the royal hopefuls, all is not lost. Insiders suggest that there could be a deal waiting on the table for them both. Intelligence sources reveal:
"Its no surprise to us at the palace that this has been going on. Everybody here knows the Queen will do anything to get her hands on more diamonds, its her hobby.
We wouldn't be surprised if it was Her Majesty that put them up to it
this. She can be very persuasive. This could have been a dowry on Prince William's wedding. If that turns out to be the case, I can see this all blowing over rather swiftly.
But if not, they may have to strike a deal and betray the Queen"
As speculation continues, the world awaits Scotland Yards next move. Royal aids are said to be "praying" the royal wedding isn't forfeit.
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