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Most people know that in days of yore European royalty was a tight-knit club. So tight-knit, in fact, that intermarriages among the various royal families increasingly began to produce malignant progeny who were deformities, idiots and stillbirths. History is replete with whispered tales of these chromosomally-challenged royals, persisting even into the 20th with the feeble Alexei Nikolaevich, son of Nicholas II, the last Czar of Russia. Hemophilia was so pronounced among previous generations of elites, that it earned itself the magisterial nickname, ‘The Royal Disease.’
But few realize that the royal curse persists to this day. It is a topic the press ignores by silent consensus, and one about which the public prudently remains uninquisitive. Perhaps this is because, even for people living outside the United Kingdom, the British Royal Family epitomizes dignity, nobility and class; the thought of the Earl of Twaddle-upon-Bumheath flinging his own poo at the Duchess of Queef is almost too much to bear.
Recently, the world was forced to acknowledge the Royal Secret when, at the recent wedding of Prince William and Kate Middleton, photographers snapped several pictures of one of these blue-blood unfortunates. Historically, Buckingham Palace has kept a tight rein on these high-born embarrassments, but the Palace has liberalized considerably in recent years. This is thought to be the reason that at least one of these creatures was allowed to not only be seen in public, but to be photographed.
The royaltard in question is Beatrice of York, daughter of former Weight Watchers spokescow and attempted royal access merchant Sarah Ferguson and her former husband, the all-around cad Prince Andrew. Beatrice appears in several wedding photos, sporting a unique piece of headgear she designed herself. When asked the significance of the bizarre accoutrement, Beatrice replied with a series of soft mewling sounds.