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Saturday, 19 February 2011

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Let the band play in celebration for a Fergie free wedding ceremony!

Buckingham Palace, LONDON: Prince Andrew's ex, Sarah Ferguson, Duchess of York, will not be attending the high society bash of the year at Westminister Abbey.

Sarah, Duchess of York, also known as Fergie, is persona non grata in some quarters, since being photographed topless by a tabloid having her toes sucked by her financial adviser, seven months after she separated from Prince Andrew in 1992.

Last year, the 'Duchess' was filmed by an undercover reporter posing as an Indian businessman offering access to her former husband, with whom she still lives, for £500,000.

As has been said before, trucking a Clydesdale to Newbury doesn't turn it into a race horse; dressing an overweight pleb in ermine doesn't turn it into a Lord; marrying a subject into Royalty doesn't remove her roots. It's all a question of breeding; it's all in the genes... As has been proved with the 'Duchess'.

As a commoner has reportedly said;

    "I wish i was as bankrupt as Fergie, it seems like quite a nice lifestyle!"

By her own admission Fergie allowed herself to be dragged into the gutter. One of her main faults is that she believes that as a so-called "Duchess", the world owes her a living, when in fact she is just what she was before her marriage - a commoner, a nobody, a nonentity who has proven to be an embarrassment every time she appears in public. This woman has reputedly done enough damage to the Royal family, she has no respect for herself, her girls or anyone else.

The story above is a satire or parody. It is entirely fictitious.

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