'Headless' Kate Middleton wedding dress 'is guillotine omen'

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Friday, 22 July 2011


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And it's off with her head for pulling such a fast one

London - It's the clearest indication yet that horrid Bill Clinton/Cherie Blair doppelganger Kate Middleton could be flung in the Tower and summarily decapitated for treason.

The bigamous wife of a senior Tory cabinet minister, Middleton seemed oblivious to the inevitable as she continued her one-woman stand-up routine today.

"Big Dave Cameron will see me alright," desperate stick insect Kate told Queen Elizabeth.

"He'll keep his gob shut for the duration until we get our mitts on the Crown Estate dosh."

The deal has been OK'd by UK Chancer-of-the-Exchequer 'Gorgeous' George Osborne, the bastard spawn of Princess Margaret and some Hellfire Club ho.

The royal property portfolio is meant to finance the upkeep, repairs and maintenance of all Crown Estate assets.

But Osborne has found a new way to fiddle the books and has promised to siphon off millions of pounds into Middleton's coffers to keep her sweet about an impending bigamy rap.

"Same bloody Thatcher Tories," a Palace lackey was heard moaning as the Queen and her grand daughter Kate toured the wedding exhibit, same bloody loony agenda.

"Wanna see pix of Kate shagging the corgis?"

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