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2018-01-22

Queen In Turmoil As Royal Titty-Hammock Fitter Gets The Boot


The woman charged with the job of keeping the royal funbags facing forward was relieved of her royal warrant today after publishing a book against the wishes of the palace.

June Kenton is founder of Rigby & Peller, royal corsetieres for almost 30 years now,  and  the woman who regularly  visited the palace to attend to the Queens undergarment requirements. But in March last year Ms Kenton, released a book with a title too corny even for the shameless Rotherham Bugle to use,  ‘Storm In a D Cup’, in which she spoke candidly about her time tending the royal puppies.

The Bugle hasn’t read the book nor spoken to anyone that has, but  clearly anyone specifying a peek-a-boo style garment with plenty of room for nipple clamps, for example, would be sensitive about that information getting into the public domain.

In a clear reference to the effects of time and  gravity on the Royal bapage, a palace insider told us “Her Majesty had a cracking pair but has had no need of a knee blanket for some time now. Whomever takes over from  Ms Kenton will need to be sturdy in both arm and stomach.”

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