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Sunday, 16 June 2013

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Queen Elizabeth has said that if grandson William films Kate's birth they could both be exiled to The Falklands.

NEW YORK CITY - Bedroom Pillow Talk is reporting that Kate Middleton's idea to have the birth of her and husband William's baby filmed has greatly angered Will's grandmother, Queen Elizabeth.

BPT reporter Carolina Chipotle said she spoke with Britain's Ta Ta For Now News correspondent Chatsworth Wigginholt and he told her that the royal mother was so upset that she literally started talking in tongues.

A Buckingham Palace maid, identified as Mildred Marie Lollymiffer, 47, said that she has been employed at Buck House for 17 years and she has never seen Lizzy, as the employee's call the queen behind her back, as angry as she was when she learned of the hooha filming.

Wiggonholt stated that the queen has told her son Prince Charles that he had better talk to his son and impress upon him the fact that he is royalty and royal protocol does not allow or condone the wife of an English prince having her private parts filmed for any reason.

SIDENOTE: Prince Philip was asked what he thought about his granddaughter-in-law having her pink palace video taped during childbirth. Philip who has a rather dry sense of humor smiled, took a sip of his cup of tea, giggled, and replied "You said pink palace."

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