Prince William and Catherine Middleton are to avoid falling into a toilet at their Royal Wedding by a clever move.
Catherine, better known as Kate, is to have her initial C before the W of William inscribed on Wedding memorobilia, thus avoiding the letters WC, which would normally have been used as Royal precedence would be acknowledged.
The Queen, seated on her throne, has approved the alteration. 'I don't want this marriage going down the pan like William's father's escapade.' Prince Philip is also pleased that Will & Kate are pulling the plug on WC : 'No one wants to refer to this as the Water Closet Wedding' he said helpfully 'after Charlie's threesome we could do with a bit of normality.'
Worried Royal Watchers are concerned, however, that giving Kate or Catherine precedence over the Royal Prince gets the marriage off on the wrong foot. A Lady in Waiting who could not stop herself had to go to the Press with an anonymous statement. 'It is wrong for the Bride in this instance to have her initial before that of Prince William. In the eyes of many she will be seen to have deposed the Prince.'
Special Branch have been brought in to discover the leaking Lady in Waiting whilst all toilets in the area of the wedding are being altered from WC to CW as a respectful gesture to the Royal Couple.