Prince William, Like Prince Charles To Marry Nanny Look Alike!

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Tuesday, 30 November 2010

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But Our Nannies Were Nice!

Prince William is following in his father's footsteps, according to the latest out of Britain, by marrying a woman who looks just like the nanny of his childhood!

"Prince William's fiance Kate Middleton bears an almost uncanny resemblance to his nanny, Tiggy Legge-Bourke, the same as his father Prince Charles' wife Camilla Parker Bowels ...uh..Bowles ..looks very similar to his nanny, Mabel Anderson" says The British Sinsation Tabloid, which belongs to the same group as our West Coast Post.

William, who recently announced his engagement to 28-yer-old Kate, has been close to Tiggy since she became his mammy...uh nanny when he was only ten years old. This was when his mother, Princess Di was divorcing Prince Charles.

The future king's fiancee has the same shiny brown hair, a similarly shaped chin and nose, the same number of eyes, ears, tits and that same toothy smile as a young Piggy!
...Tiggy!

Meantime, Prince Harry has been seen with a lady that looks like the twin of the Queen Mother when she was 21 early in the last century.

Something definitely wrong with the bloodlines going on in Britain as our good neighbors in Arkansas, Kentucky and West Virginia here.

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