With the cracks in their marriage now showing, Prince William lost his cool and threw a cricket ball directly at his wife’s head, during a friendly display of their cricketing skills.
Read more: Kate flees UK with baby George.
After taking a run up, Prince William let fly ‘a wild full toss,’ that whistled past his wife’s ear, narrowly avoiding a nasty impact.
As the crowd gasped in shock, the umpire stepped in and declared his effort a ‘no ball’, while Kate kept cool and simply wagged at her husband, as if to say, “You’ll have to try better than that Willy.”
“While in no real danger,” insists Royal insiders, “because the ball, like the bat, was plastic,” this latest public display of marriage woe, follows on from the previous day’s admission from Kate that William complained about the colour of her green coat, remarking, “Its too bright.”
IT’S JUST NOT CRICKET.
Dismissed as an ‘accident,’ eye witnesses confirm Prince William showed no interest in holding back, sending his first ball whizzing inches from her face.
As one on-looker remarked, “It’s just not right, tossing a cricket ball at your wife’s head.”
COVERED BY CHRIS SPIVEY.
Reported by Chris Spivey in his ‘Who’s George – A Sunday Spiv Royal Tour Special,’ we learn that upon arriving at Welling Airport on the Northern Island of New Zealand, they spent Tuesday and Wednesday on private business away from the cameras.
Could it be that whatever they did over these two (unreported) days, may have contributed to the anger and fury erupting up from within Prince William, and manifesting itself in front of the watching media, with a cricket ball thrown firmly to his wife’s head?
MORE GOING ON BEHIND THE SCENES.
Could it be Prince William lost his temper having met his half brother, Simon Charles Day?
As reported in: Greg Hallett calls the Queen a fake!
We learn that not only having an illegitimate child, born in 1968, with a Balmoral maid, Prince Charles conceived a child with Camilla Parker Bowles’s on her 18th Birthday, when Charles was only 16 years old.
Their child was adopted out by a royal servant, and named Simon Charles Day; he now lives in Australia, works as a Telecommunications Engineer and has six kids with a half-Aborigine, half-Papua New Guinean – black woman.
Read more: Prince Charles will never be King.
Australia is the last Common Wealth nation not sign into Law the Royal Succession Laws, needed to block Greg Hallett’s far superior claims to the British Throne.
Australia is holding up changes to the royal succession laws that would end the practice where sons take precedence over daughters.
WHAT’S THE HURRY?
Australian legislators say there is no urgency in changing the law because their first born is a boy.
Perhaps Prince William has come to realize he will never be King of Great Britain, because the Royal Succession Laws the Royals are so keen to implement, will confirm that only descendents of Prince Charles can be future Kings of England.
Prince William knows:
- His real father is King Juan Carlos of Spain.
- Prince Charles fathered two children before William was born.
THERE CAN BE ONLY ONE KING OF ENGLAND.