VEXNEWSâ€™ London Investigations Unit can exclusively reveal a centuries old pact between British vampires and werewolves could be broken by the upcoming marriage of Prince William to alleged lycanthrope Kate Middleton.
Vampire sources claims Miss Middleton is a full-blooded werewolf and by marrying the heir to the throne will violate a 500-year old agreement.
â€œAfter the disastrous reigns of Charles I and Oliver Cromwell, it was agreed no vampire or werewolf would seek the throne of England,â€ a leading expert in monster relations revealed this week.
Werewolf sources say Kate Middleton, 29, is a non-practising lycanthrope and therefore should not be stopped from marrying into the Windsor dynasty.
But many vampires are unconvinced, with one bloodsucker suggesting that Miss Middleton may attempt to â€œtransform into a mighty flesh-craving wolf beast on her wedding night and plunge the kingdom into centuries of bestial darknessâ€.
Those in the know say tensions between the supernatural communities are at their highest since 1937 when King Edward VIII was forced to abdicate over his relationship with American-born vampire Wallis Simpson.
The need for intervention increased this week when a dissident â€“ yet influential â€“ wolf pack leader claimed that Prince William had â€œexperimented with recreational vampirismâ€ during his college days at St Andrews.
Justin Bieber will mediate between leaders of The League of British Vampires and Ancient Lycanthropic Society at an undisclosed location this weekend to seek a compromise.
Vampire and werewolf sources welcomed the intervention, saying the Canadian teen sensation was a widely-respected figure in both communities.
Clarence House or the Home Office have yet to officially comment on the issue, however, a leading pundit lamented today: â€œWe wouldnâ€™t be having this problem if Wills married one of his cousins and kept it in his own bloodline.â€
NOTE: While the Crimes Act does not ban being a vampire or werewolf, the feasting on human flesh and the non-consensual drinking of blood from the necks of the living is illegal under UK law.