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Tuesday, 12 April 2011

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A can of Kiss Me Kate Beer which was named in honor of Kate Middleton.

LONDON - Representatives for the Royal Family have announced that the only brand of beer which will be available at the Royal Wedding Reception will be the newly developed beer Kiss Me Kate.

The beer was developed in honor of Kate Middleton who on April 29 will wed Prince William and become the granddaughter-in-law of Queen Elizabeth II and Prince Philip.

The Windsor Castle Brewing Company of Maidenhead which produces the beer named after William's future wife said that they will be providing 200 cases of Kiss Me Kate Beer for the festivities.

It was reported in Ta Ta For Now News that a certain unnamed prince who happens to drink Stella Artois Beer said that he much rather preferred drinking Stella Artois to Kiss Me Kate.

The word apparently filtered back to Queen Elizabeth who has vowed to have a talk with the unnamed prince and let him know in no uncertain terms just exactly how the cow ate the cabbage as they say down on The King Ranch located outside of Kingsville, Texas.

Meanwhile Mick Jagger of the Rolling Stones, who will be providing the music for the Royal Wedding Reception, said that he and the lads have at one time or another drank every brand of beer ever made so it matters not one hop, barley, or malt to them.

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