Written by Skoob1999

Monday, 6 June 2011

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How Princess Beatrice Might Look In Make-Up And Not Wearing A Funny Hat

Hot news from the UK this morning is that Princess Beatrice, the daughter of Sarah Ferguson and Prince Andrew, has a red hot crush on Hollywood heart throb, Robert Pattinson.

And that she'd like nothing better than to star opposite him in a Twilight movie.

The hat loving Princess has been 'outed' as a huge fan of the Twilight series, and friends say that she has posters of Robert Pattinson in his Edward Cullen guise, plastered all over her bedroom walls.

Early indications suggest that it is highly unlikely that the young Royal will ever get the opportunity to live out her fantasy, but as our man in Hollywood said:

"Hey, no harm in dreaming!"

The dashing young Princess cut quite a dash at the Royal wedding with her somewhat bizarre bumble-bee hat design, but those close to her maintain that she isn't really weird at all, and that, like most young women these days, she gets all in a tizzy when she sees Robert Pattinson in the Twilight movies.

"This would be a dream come true for Princess Beatrice," one friend, Lord Hoity-Toity of Liverpool snorted. "She's sooo photogenic, and she'd love to share the silver screen with Robert Pattinson. The heat those two could generate would be enough to set fire to twenty acres of prime Cotswold woodland. I can't see it happening though."

Hollywood style guru, Yogi Mahatma Jaquet, urged the young princess to keep on dreaming, because dreams really can come true.

Especially when you're wishing on a star.

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