Ahem!! Saudis say Prince William 'is already married to Taleban War Lord's firstborn!'

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Thursday, 18 November 2010

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William's Afghani wife of 5 years has already given birth to two sets of male twins

Jeddah, Sordid Arabia - (Prenup Mess): The Saudis are livid and have thrown down the gauntlet about Prince William's polygamy rites (sic).

Unless he fully converts and publicly admits his four wife entitlement rights the fight with the Afghanis will go to the hilt - all the way up the Westmonster Abbey bridal procession aisle.

At stake is Taleban war lord Bonki Al Pasha's lovely daughter Fatima who married Wills in secret during his three day deployment in the Tora Bora in 2005.

Two sets of twins have been born - all boys - who bear a startling resemblance to the young prince.

Princess Fatima has long shunned publicity and hides behind her burkha at a lavish suite hidden inside a hastily erected palace in the country's capital Kabulshit.

Her father has hidden the official royal wedding certificate in a strongroom guarded by hundreds of Taleban warriors 24/7.

Marriage witnesses include the entire regiment of the Welsh Guards who attended the Afghani desert ceremony which was videotaped by US General Petreus.

At seventeen the young Princess Fatima's five year marriage is considered pretty much veteran by local standards.

Solicitors acting for her family are said to be flying to London this weekend to clarify the whole sordid situation before it turns publicly pear-shaped.

Ex-prince Harry shag Chelsy Davy is 69.

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