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Sunday, 27 March 2011

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Charles has promised to wear his Saville Row "punker (safety) pin striped suit" to the stag-party!

It certainly will be the stag-night of the century, Prince Harry has decided to organise a really wild-punk-party in honour of his brother's last days as a bachelor.

It was suppose to remain a surprise, but Prince Harry, always being slightly controversial decided to really go "over the edge" by inviting Johnny Rotten and the Sex Pistols (without Sid Vicious?) to perform live and do some of his fav numbers, Harry's a massive fan.

Johnny gladly accepted and promised to do some rousing renditions of their all-time classics: Anarchy in the UK (?), Holidays in the sun (referring to the Belsen concentration camp, one of Harry's favourites, he loves fancy-dressing up as a Nazi) and to finish off the set, God save the Queen (she aint no human being) Harry's absolute favourite track.

Prince William was hoping that Harry would book Duran Duran, their mum's favourite, but Harry thought their dad would be insulted and he knows that Prince Charles also is a great fan of the Sex Pistols and listens constantly to "God save the Queen" on his MP3. (he agrees with Johnny)

The palace has not been informed about the stag-party and the Sex Pistols because the Queen was too busy listening to Elton's real version of "Candle in the wind" she preferred Marilyn?

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