THE Church of England has urged Prince William not to hop on a passing skank if Kate Middleton gains a few pounds.
In a prayer, specially concocted for the Royal wedding, the Church said Kate was a nice looking girl while also implying that it is easy to let yourself go once you get married.
The prayer, which will be read, out loud, by humans, over the next three weeks, calls upon God to watch over the couple and asks Jesus to keep up to speed with their dirty thoughts.
The prayer reads:
Oh God, please guide William and Catherine,
Who could both be described as comparatively attractive,
Especially her, obviously.
Keep their faith in each other strong, especially if she bulks up a bit, or when the last strands detach themselves from the top of his head.
Replace their perverted longings with the desire to serve,
And keep them from getting naked with some greasy, foreign spiv or horsey, big-hipped girl from the Cotswolds.
Because if that happened it would be the worst thing in the world. Much worse than famine, war or a load of Buddhists being swept away by some gigantic wave.
As always, you and Jesus are both totally brilliant, keep up the good work,
Meanwhile, Kate Middleton’s parents have demanded the paparazzi stop taking unlicenced photographs of their wedding-related merchandise, including younger daughter Pippa.
The couple are to trademark their DNA and have tattooed ‘©1983. A Michael & Carole Middleton Production’ across Pippa’s forehead.
In a letter to the Press Complaints Commission, the Middletons said: “The last thing anybody wants is the kind of media scrum that ultimately resulted in the tragic death of Diana because the lighting in that thing was terrible and most of the shots were out of focus.”
The couple have already responded to claims they are cashing-in on their daughter’s choice of penis with a series of collectible scratchcards and a spicy KFC bucket called ‘the Middleton Mega Meal’.
Mrs Middleton has also answered critics with her new book Carole’s Uterus: The Queenmaker, a series of smear test results and pithy observations charting the life and times of her historic fandango.