Plans are afoot to transport Althrop in order for Lady Diana to attend her son's wedding to Kate Orangensaft.
The Metropolitan Police have been told by Buckingham Palace to make the space for Althrop (roughly 450 acres) in their plans.
Terry Orbital, Senior Chief Inspector of the Met said, whilst sliding down a heavy banister, "seeing as Althorp is quite a size, the cordon area for the public will end around the Slough area. William has been quite determined for her to attend, and has even been doing his bit by winching parts of Althrop to Westminster Abbey, using a taxpayers Helicopter to do so."
Lorryloads of skips and long trailers have been working through the night, from the day the nuptials were announced, so that it is made sure that Diana can be there on the big day.
Chief Gardener at Althrop, Ken At"thing"son?0, said "the big lake in grounds in proving to be a bit of a bugger to shift, but we're determined she'll get there in one piece..."