London, UK - A slew of weird omens and portents has kicked into action the Palace's official condolences site.
Hosted by LA-based Aintgottaprayer.con bookmakers the online obituary tool cleared today's inaugural test run with flying colors reporting on the RIP of royal mutt Princess Eva Braun.
"The Brits are taking no chances," the CIA head of London Desk told Matthew Barzun, latest US Ambassador to the Caught of St James's, "they've known for ages one of the seniors is about to harakiri before this year's Thanksgiving."
The website's launch coincides with that of a brand new interactive online map tracking incoming Comet Ison which is scheduled for an extraordinary rendezvous with the Sun on 28 November in a Thanksgiving Special first predicted in the Old testament.
Apparently, House of Windsor soothsayers are particularly vulnerable to the comet's advances having always sworn blind that HM Queen Elizardbirth's RIP was always written in the stars.
Meanwhile reports from the International Space Station monitoring the sungrazer have said Ison's early winter flypast should be particularly ominous viewed from the United Kingdom and part of the Commonwealth.
The ISS deep space telescope will be going online this weekend as the first glimpses of celestial activity become apparent.