The Sun to Launch Royal Page Three Extravaganza
LONDON - England - Rupert Murdoch has been licking his lips all day today at the prospect of launching a royal themed Page Three site linked with the Sun newspaper.
When the devil himself gets a sniff of royal scandal, he rolls his eyes, flicks his reptile tongue over his Hong Kong bride's fine delight, and picks up the phone to London.
This time Murdoch is not tweeting what he thinks will happen with Kate Middleton and her French faux pas, this time Murdoch wants her on the new site, ice cubes ready, lights, camera, action.
"The Royal Page Three site will of course be subscription only on the internet. Now that I have seen Kate's bedroom delights, and indeed the whole world has seen them, we want to put her up as a regular Page Three'er. Linda Lusardi, Sam Fox eat your hearts out, we've got Kate Middleton, who went from common to royal, and back to common again. It's a beautiful story, and her nakedness should be admired, it is nothing to be ashamed of. She is as god intended, and so are all Page Three beauties," The Sun's picture editor, Virginia Wyde, said in today's issue.