Outrage as taxman lets slip Kate pays no tax on her £1 million allowance from Prince Charles

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Sunday, 14 July 2013

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Taxman could bankrupt Charles for evading Gift Tax on his Kate handouts

London - Royal gold digger Kate Middleton hasn't paid a penny in income tax on the preposterous £1 million annual 'pin money' she receives from the Pretender to the Throne, the Prince of Wales.

The disclosure comes as a House of Commons Public Accounts Committee prepares to grill Charles on the machiavellian arrangements that see him bung up the House of Windsor's latest snout-in-the-trough benefits scounger from the Duchy of Cornwall's £847m property empire.

And it could mean bad news for Cherie Blair's Agargoyle daughter who is expecting to farrow her latest cuckoo anytime between now and the end of July.

Using Inland Revenue official guidelines Kate should be paying 45% on everything she gets her grubby mitts on above the national personal tax allowance of around nine grand a year.

Over two years' worth of the Pretender's largesse sees her owe around £890,000 to the taxman whose tendency to bankrupt persistent tax evaders fiddling on their dues can also include a spell in jail.

Charles too could be penalized with massive fines for not paying Gift Tax on the huge handouts he has made to Kate since her marriage to the old fraudster channeling 'Prince William' on behalf of the Palace.

"Naff orf," a spokesperson for the Cornwall Duchy said today when asked to comment on the latest royal palm greasing.

A pint of Charles' Dodgy Originals cows' milk retails at around £6.40p.

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