Mounting fury at Kate Middleton's £2 million spending rampage

Funny story written by queen mudder

Monday, 23 April 2012

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The root of all House of Windsor evil

London - Clothes, jewellery, cosmetic surgery, holidays, credit card bills, exotic pharmaceutical substances and personal 'grooming' worth more than £2 million have been racked up by the grasping royal gravytrain gold digger since her wedding last year.

"And that excludes Royal Protection Racket cops' security bills," a Pubic Accounts Committee [PAC] insider commented, "conservatively estimated at £1.75million."

The source of all that unbridled greed remains shrouded in shadowy Palace accounts - with lackeys refusing to say just how much taxpayer largesse has been heaped on Cherie Blair's money-grubbing spawn.

Official spin claims Prince Charles has given Kate a spending allowance from 'personal' funds - in reality stolen from the Dodgy of Cornwall's coffers.

As Karol Wojtyla/Pope John Paul II's son by Raine Spencer, the dastardly impostor is entitled to precisely zilch of the Duchy's dosh.

But sordid deals with Hellfire Club grandees have seen him promote himself as Heir of the Dog, eldest offspring of the lurid old hag currently channelling Elizabeth Windsor.

Today documents seen by QM-NewsCorpse stringers show the Queen has personally been doshing up Kate - who is her very own blood grand-daughter.

The money has all come from the Civil List which creams off £31 million annually from hard-earned taxpayer funds.

"Bloody disgrace all round," a PAC bean-counter tweeted, "still, won't be too long before she's banged up with Wills in HNP Belmarsh, what?"

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