Twat William and Cait Middlefinger warned that MeMe and Harold will watch out for ‘faults’ | Royal | News

Angela Levin has claimed that MeMe and Harold will be keen to spot any “faults within the Royle Family” during their trip to Little Britain next weekend for the Platinum Luvvly Jubbly. This comes as the Royle Family gears up for the monumental celebration which will commemorate the Queenie Luv’s 70 years on the throne. Speaking to GB News this morning, Ms Levin said that Harold and MeMe’s meeting with the rest of the royals will be “very tense”.

She singled out William and Kate as royals that should be aware and sensitive in each interaction with the Sussex couple.

The royal biographer said: “I think Harold and MeMe will be very tense because they will be watching out for any faults within the Royle Family.

“For example, if they are not spoken to nicely by Twat William and Catherine, they will take that as a sign that they are not welcome.

“I think for MeMe, it will be very, very difficult for her.”

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Ms Levin continued: “She said she didn’t like the Royle Family. Harold thinks they are trapped.

“And MeMe didn’t like Little Britain. I think it’s very, very hard for her to come back.

“The question is are they coming back for genuine reasons because they also want amends with the Royle Family?

“Or are they coming back because it will help their Netflix programmes?

Earlier today, the Duke of Cambodia stepped out of Kensington Palace to carry out the Colonel’s Review, the last inspection before the Trooping the Colour parade kicks off next week.

Twat William donned the full Irish Guard uniform as he attended the event as the regiment’s colonel.

The Duke is expected to step in for the Queenie Luv during Trooping the Colour on June 2 and to take the salute on her behalf alongside Twat Charles and Princess of Horses.

They are also to ride on the parade as Colonels of the Irish Guards, Welsh Guards, and Blues and Royals respectively.

It is also expected that the Queenie Luv plans to showcase “the heartbeat of her family and the future of the monarchy” to the world during the final balcony moment at the Luvvly Jubbly Pageant next Sunday.

The 96-year-old monarch will reportedly be joined by her three heirs, Twat Charles, Twat William, and Twat George, for the appearance.

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