London - A video published on the Royal YouBoob! channel shows the Queen 'giving away' grand-daughter Kate in a 2000 Hellfire Club Chapel wedding ceremony.
The groom's full-face ID is a bit obscure 'but looks awfully similar' to one of David Cameron's trusty front bench lieutenants, a face recognition website commented today.
"It's the guy who looks like he's swallowed battery acid," a Photo-Fit-Up-R-Us.con spokesman mentioned at lunchtime.
"He's sitting squirming like a frightened jackass during today's televised Parliamentary debate.
"Wanna hear some tidbits from his voicemail archives?"
The revelations come amid the ex-Met Police Commissioner's resignation this weekend and his valedictory 'See No Evil/Hear No Evil' bye-bye statement.
Hailing a career of some admittedly extraordinary achievements Sir Paul Stephenson singled out Met policing of the 29 April 2011 royal wedding as one of his proudest moments.
Of course, he may not have seen the 2000 vid which was only launched early today.
Meanwhile in Buckingham Palace royal PR advisers were shaking off any suggestion that collusion in bigamy is a serious rap.
"Just ask that awfully nice Herr Oberstgruppenführer Ratzinger husband of HM's for a professional opinion!"
And over at Wapping the father-of-chapel - or union convener - of the Non-Aligned Hacks Collective said his members had all be tarred by the same brush that's already brought down several.
Sir Terence Con-Artist, Kate's paternal grand-pa, is 107.