London - In a break with tradition Kate Middleton has chosen an array of flesh-eating flowers for her nuptial posy this Friday.
A sneak preview sees Venus Flytrap (Dionaea Muscipula), exotic specimens of the pitcher plant family Heliamphora Chimantensis, the cobra plant Darlingtonia Californica and carnivorous bromeliad Brocchinia Reducta form the bulk of the bouquet.
A matching garland of bladdertraps such as Utricularia Vulgaris, lobsterpot trap Genlisea Violacea and borderline carnivore Roridula Gorgonias will crown her head following a decision to dispense with a tiara.
"The choice is unusual," royal botanist to the brain-dead Sir Percy Bladderwort commented today, "but by no means repellent.
"In some ways it reminds me of Charles' and Camilla's own nuptials."
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