Police concerns about a repeat of last monthâ€™s London riot violence at the Royal Wedding has been overshadowed by the discovery of disturbing anti-Our Will and Kate memorabilia in London.
T-shirts, pillows and other troubling merchandise bemoaning the fairy tale nuptials were uncovered this week by a crack VEXNEWS investigator on his way home from probing several pubs surrounding the Leicester Square area of Londonâ€™s West End.
The name or exact location of this Leicester Square business of shame cannot be named for security reasons â€“ but VEXNEWS has exclusive photographic evidence of these shocking and thinly-veiled threats against the Royal Couple.
Some of the material says:
- â€œI didnâ€™t want to be a princess anywayâ€
- â€œWills asked me first but I said noâ€
- “It should have been me!â€
- â€œHarry, just so you know, Iâ€™m available, in case youâ€™re wondering!â€
Royal watchers have expressed concern that the envy and raw jealousy behind the items could manifest themselves into a much larger and potentially deadly problem for the Realm.
â€œOne minute theyâ€™re wearing a t-shirt bemoaning that â€˜Will didnâ€™t pick meâ€™ â€“ the next thing is theyâ€™re in wedding a dress at three oâ€™clock in the morning, boiling a corgi over a stove at Buckingham Palace,â€ a leading amateur psychologist, with no formal training, has warned.
Further pundits believe any attack on the Royal Couple â€“ real or even perceived â€“ could lead to the destabilisation of the United Kingdom and the eventual overthrown of stability and the rule of law within Western Europe.
That the much-loved and respected Our Willâ€™s pending marriage would break hearts is not surprising.
But for a store to provide an outlet to allow despondent women â€“ and possibly some men â€“ to express their outrage at the Royal Wedding is disappointing â€“ and most likely seditious.
There has been no official word yet from the Home Office or the Royal Family on this grave issue.
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