A friend of Kate Middleton was interviewed under caution by police after posting an online message saying she planned to shoot illegal immigrants.
Emma Sayle, 32, was formally questioned by police earlier this month after officers received a complaint about a message on her Facebook account but will face no further action.
Emma Sayle (right, pictured with Kate Middleton)
A shocked reader alerted police but Miss Sayle, of Wandsworth, South-West London, said the complaint was 'pathetic' and 'created by someone who's obviously got a grudge'.
Days later Miss Sayle, who runs an 'upmarket' swingers' club, wrote: 'Just had a call from the old bill demanding I go in as someone has reported me for apparently making racist comments... hahaha... using my new found gun skills to control the UK's illegal immigrant population is not what I call racist.'.
A Scotland Yard spokesman said today: 'Officers from Kensington and Chelsea investigated comments allegedly made on the Facebook website after a complaint was made at Chelsea police station on Wednesday December 1st. No arrests were made.
'On Monday December 20 a woman attended a West London police station by appointment in relation to the investigation and was interviewed under caution. Officers have now liaised with the Crown Prosecution Service who advised no further action.
Just a day after her police interview, Miss Sayle posted a link on her Twitter page to a Right-wing U.S. website entitled 'Australia says no to Muslims'.
Miss Sayle, who attended Downe House boarding school with Prince Michael of Kent's daughter Gabriella Windsor, was the subject of a London council investigation earlier this year over claims her Killing Kittens firm used a £30million house for sex parties.
Emma Sayle (left) pictured on Facebook with fellow Sisterhood member Natalie Sisson (right)
She has described herself as 'one of the world's leading sextrepreneurs' and sells sexual aids and 'kidnap role play experiences' for £3,500 through her company.
On The Sisterhood website she is listed as the 'fearless leader of this merry band of girls' as well as the 'brains and brawn behind a very successful company in the upmarket adult industry'.
The fundraising group notes Miss Sayle's hobbies include 'attempting to surf, on a speedboat, breaking squash rackets on walls, playing dirty in triathlons, practicing her front crawl naked in the serpentine after a night out'.
Kate Middleton had been a member of The Sisterhood crew until 2007, when she was forced to pull out of a planned cross-Channel rowing attempt due to security fears.
Miss Sayle organised the event, which saw the crew row to France in a Chinese 'dragon boat', completing the 21-mile journey in less than four hours.
Sisterhood: Kate Middleton, with Emma Sayle sat in front of her
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Speculation about the entertainment when Prince William and Kate Middleton tie the knot in April has centered around the likes of Elton John and George Michael.
But that speculation may be skewing too old for the taste of the royal couple, someone in-the-know in Buckingham Palace.
Neil Sean told "Early Show" co-anchor Harry Smith Friday, "Here's a bit of inside gossip for you. You may have read in the U.S. press people like George Michael, Sir Elton John … he was offering his services. They (William and Kate) kind of think he's a little too old. They like a group -- their song, actually, is a track called "I Like the Way You Move," by The Body Rockers -- very cool!"
Sean says William and Kate were planning a quiet New Year's Eve. "We're in a moment of austerity here, not just in Britain, of course, but around the world," Sean pointed out. "The palace had been quite secretive about what plans they have got. We do know they're down at their little home in Wales, and there's obviously gonna be a small celebration down there. But you're not going to see this big flash party. I think they're saving all their money for the wedding! So they haven't got too much to splash around. But obviously, it's going to be a nice new year for them, the start of their new life, obviously."
William, who's a helicopter rescue pilot, has the day off, but is on call, Sean says, adding, "Basically, if a major sort of rescue operation were needed, extra staff, he would have to go out and do that."
Sean says no one should expect William and Kate to suddenly burst upon the public stage. "A lot of people are sort of saying that are they easing Kate, or Katherine (as Buckingham Palace now wants her to be known) into the royal role," Sean observes. "She's not a titled lady or a titled member of the royal family until she becomes married, so she has no need to do that. What you saw a couple weeks ago, when she attended a concert with Prince William at Norfolk -- that was, of course, his invitation that he took her along. So, there's no sort of plans, basically. What you're gonna see a lot more of are her going for hair design meetings, dress meetings, cake meetings, everything a girl has to do to have the perfect wedding. So, don't expect too many royal engagements."
And Sean pooh-poohed stories saying the couple will be going without servants - at least not for their nuptials. "What you are going to see with them is, yeah, they're gonna be hands-on, but it's a royal wedding. Royal weddings are made around you. Kate will, of course, have a lot of say and everybody sort of defers a question like well, 'Look what poor Princess Diana went through.' But, remember, she was ten years younger. So I think Katherine is gonna be a little bit more hands-on. I'm not saying she's not gonna have any say. But there'll be very little. It's all planned around them."
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IN the midst of a bone-chilling winter, a royal wedding can't come quickly enough for Brits.
Ugly images of menacing protesters attacking Prince Charles' car in central London. The pain from savage budget cuts still yet to be fully realised.
The British need a distraction and they need it fast.
They don't come much bigger than the nuptials of Britain's future king and queen - Prince William and Kate Middleton.
From the frock to the guest list to the order of events, no detail will be deemed too trivial.
The festivities will also provide the spluttering UK economy with some much-needed tonic.
An extra $A1 billion is tipped to flow through Britain as a result of the second in line to the throne getting hitched.
"This will lift the nation's spirits!" trumpeted veteran royal watcher Richard Fitzwilliams.
"In 1947 in post-war Britain it was grim and it was austere and when the Queen - then princess Elizabeth - married Prince Philip, (Winston) Churchill called it a dash of colour on the hard road we have to travel.
"We need this."
The British royal family has a habit of putting on a good show during bleak times, with Charles and Diana's wedding coming during difficult days in 1981.
And Britain is certainly in difficult times.
About half a million public service jobs are to be shredded in the next five years because of the UK's crippling debt levels.
Prime Minister David Cameron may have had the gumption to push through the austerity measures but that doesn't mean the Conservative leader has lost his populist touch.
He swiftly declared the day of the springtime royal wedding to be a public holiday.
*** THE BRIDE ***
Like any wedding, it really is all about the girl.
Middleton, nicknamed "Waity Katie", has been preparing for the big day for the best part of her near decade-long courtship with Prince William.
Not that many people had heard her speak before her television interview with William following the engagement announcement.
She has steadily become a part of the furniture at royal events but Majesty Magazine's managing editor Joe Little says she is still set for an almighty shock when she officially joins the family, also known as The Firm.
"Life will never be the same for her again," said Little about the levels of media attention she will attract.
"I can't think that too many people would like to change places with her.
"Yes, there is the certain amount of privilege but there is a lack of privacy and that must take a bit of getting used to."
At least the young couple does not have to worry about the pressure of a fairytale marriage, any pretense being shattered by the divorces of three of the Queen's four children.
"Back in 1981, they were talking about fairytale marriages," Little said.
"I doubt very much fairytales will come into this equation but I think the fact they are young and they are attractive and a beautiful bride does count for a lot even these days.
"I think William is perceived by the public to be relatively normal in a way that his father never was.
"So people feel to a certain extent they can relate to him."
Little said the likes of Australian-born Crown Princess Mary of Denmark had shown that middle class roots such as Middleton's can provide a healthy dimension to modern-day royal life.
Princess Mary of Denmark's wedding day
"If you look around Europe, the crown prince and crown princesses have all married commoners and that is by no means a bad thing," Little said.
"It brings in new blood and brings glamour and vitality back into the royal family.
"By and large all the newcomers have proved to be hugely popular and there is no reason to think that Kate won't follow suit."
*** PRINCESS DI COMPARISONS ***
Prince William probably did not ease comparisons between his bride to be and the late Princess Diana by giving Middleton his mother's sapphire and diamond engagement ring.
They followed that up by being using Diana's favoured photographer Mario Testino for their official engagement photographs.
Prince William has already vowed to learn from the mistakes of his parents, his mother becoming an international celebrity at a young age with minimal support by current standards.
"I don't think that once Kate gets married that she is going to have a high royal profile," Little said.
"Her presence will be measured and nobody is going to rush into anything."
Middleton, who currently lives with William in north Wales, is a couple of steps from being Queen, unlike Diana, who married the next in line to the throne.
Following a period of relative stability in the royal ranks, they will be desperate to ensure the newest faces have as smooth a transition as possible.
"This can't fail, it won't fail," said Fitzwilliams of the university sweethearts.
*** SECURITY WARNING ***
The slightest hint of complacency surrounding security on the wedding day would have been erased by the attacks on Prince Charles' car in December.
The heir to the throne was on his way to a performance in London when his vehicle turned into a street full of angry protesters, furious with the government's decision to hike university tuition fees.
The attack seemed to be random, but the protesters' kicking of the car, cracking of a door window and splattering of paint was a major embarrassment for security forces.
Source : Adelaide Now
Queen Latifah has some advice for Kate Middleton, who is set to marry a real-life royal - Prince William.
"Make sure you have a sanctuary, because everybody in the world is going to be in your business," the hip hop singer and actress told Parade magazine. "He happened to be born a prince; you happened to go to college and meet him. You're two kids who fell in love. I just hope you have a happy life. And don't take anything personally."
Middleton and Prince William, both 28, eight years ago when they were students. The British Monarchy announced late last month that the two will marry on April 29, 2011 at Westminster Abbey, the site of the 1997 funeral of his mother, Princess Diana, as well as the 1947 wedding of his grandmother, Queen Elizabeth II.
The date of the wedding falls on a Friday and will be marked as a national holiday in the United Kingdom.
Latifah, 40, is set to host the 2011 People'e Choice Awards ceremony, which airs on CBS on Wednesday, and can be seen in the new Vince Vaughn comedy movie, "The Dilemma," when it opens on January 14. Latifah also told Parade that in 10 years, she hopes to be "on cruise control, with a couple of kids under my belt."
Source : On The Red Carpet.com
BBC2's Sue Perkins and Giles Coren will mark the wedding of Prince William and Kate Middleton by recreating the eras of previous royal nuptials.The pair - a festive hit with their take on The Good Life - will gorge on food and drink popular at the time of each wedding.
Sue Perkins and Giles Coren
Charles and Diana's big day is among those expected to feature.
Two hour-long episodes, called Giles and Sue's Right Royal Wedding, will air in April - just before Wills and Kate tie the knot on the 29th.
Perkins said: "I shall get drunk, then be beheaded."
Coren admitted: "That's my knighthood out the window."
Source : The Sun
A spokesman for Rogaine
has revealed that the company would love to begin a working relationship with Prince William.
A rep for the hair replacement brand told Life & Style that linking up with William would allow others dealing with baldness to come forward and receive help.
"We've been watching Prince William's growing bald spot closely for years, and we believe Rogaine can help," a rep said.
"We'd love to send him our new Unscented Men's Rogaine Foam. William would be the perfect spokesman for Rogaine because whether you're a prince or an average Joe, hereditary hair loss affects one in four men."
The spokesman added that the company would even come in handy during his upcoming wedding to Kate Middleton, saying: "When he's on the altar and the world is looking at the back of his head, he won't have to worry about the hair that's not there."
Source : Showbiz Spy
Royal wedding fever gripped north Belfast this week as the local MP went door-to-door in a bid to raise spirits for the big day.
DUP MP Nigel Dodds has produced a 2011 Calendar Card commemorating the Royal Wedding of Prince William and Kate Middleton.
Nigel Dodds MP passes on a copy of his Royal Wedding calendar to Winchester Court resident Eileen Lynn
Mr Dodds distributed the calendar to senior citizens in residential homes in the North Belfast constituency during the run-up to Christmas.
Speaking to the Community Telegraph about the idea Mr Dodds said:
“I greatly enjoy visiting the many residential homes in our constituency and having a chat with folk.
“The Royal Wedding will be the highlight of our national life in the coming year, so that was the obvious event to commemorate.
“The calendars have proven to be very popular and it has been a pleasure to pass these on in person along with my best wishes for Christmas and the New Year.”
Remaining copies of the Calendar Card are available, for a donation of £1 each towards constituency association funds, from Nigel Dodds’ constituency office at 39 Shore Road, Belfast (Tel: 90 774774).
The office will reopen on Tuesday January 4. Prince William and Kate Middleton will marry on April 29 2011.
Source : Belfast Telegraph