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Call Me Al

by | 20th, June 2003

”’HAPPY birthday to you, happy birthday to you, you look like James Hewitt and so you should too.”

”Happy birthday, young Hewitt…”

Oh, what fun we had when Harry turned 18. And now that it’s Wills turn to hit a big number he’s 21 tomorrow we can surely expect much of the same.

Helping us get ready to serenade the Prince, the Express relates the history of Happy Birthday, the world’s most popular song.

Sadly, the paper fails to translate the words into Swahili, a language Wills is known to be studying, and perhaps a reason why his birthday party has an African theme.

The Mail reproduces a cut-out-and-blag invitation of the type sent to a ”hand-picked” list of 300 guests, although it later admits that it is fake, so anyone brandishing said item can expect a sobering experience in the Windsor Castle moat and that includes you, Mr Nigel Dempster.

The night kicks off at 7:30 and guests are asked to ”Dress Out of Africa”.

What a hoot it will be to see the likes of Davina Duckworth-Chad, who changed her name just for this party (what a gel), and assorted Tarquins

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