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Private Moments At Princess Diana’s Funeral Rock

by | 3rd, July 2007

elton-john.jpgHAS Ricky Gervais finished?

It not often a comic’s brave enough to keep going right through the interval. One thinks of Ken Dodd, who should be concluding his Bournemouth Pavilion show of summer 2005 any month now.

But while Gervais talks, and the crowd close their eyes and connect with Princess Diana, the Sun journeys back stage to see Prince William getting cosy with Kate Middelton.

Bathed in candlelight, washed over by the crowd’s love, Wills and Kates share a table and a drink.

Romance indeed. And as the Mirror notes: “Wills relights love groping her boobs on dancefloor.”

Delightful stuff as to the strains of “R ‘n’ B grooves” Wills grabs a handful of his lover’s chest.

Who knew that William’s trip to Bournemouth’s Elements club where he met Ana Ferreira was part of a plan to sharpen his technique?

William is talking with Joss Stone. “He’s ignoring me!” hisses Kate to a pal. She moves to the dancefloor, “showing off her toned figure in a clingy white lace minidress”. A man appears to get a “little too familiar” and is dragged away by bodyguards.

“Suddenly a sweat-drenched Wills made his move.” No, not the Viennese Waltz or wedding dance bodypop more the “Coo-ee, Over Here!”, as “waving one hand in the air, jumping up and down to the pounding music, the future King grabbed Kate and planted a smacker on her lips.”

Says one onlooker: “He was holding her close from behind and cheekily cupped her breasts. It was pretty X-rated stuff.”

They then drank Mojito cocktails and “kissed passionately”.

But no photos of the grope or the dance because the tabloid press and the paparazzi that Earl Spencer said had “hunted” his sister to her death were doing as William and Harry had asked and focusing on their mother.

Outside, Ricky Gervais was showing Earl Spencer that giving funeral speeches is not all that simple. Unlike the clocks, he doesn’t know when to stop…

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