Bonnie Says: Thank The Lord, Prince William Wasn't Forced To Marry A Virgin!

Tue, April 19, 2011 5:48pm EDT by 13 Comments

Aren’t we glad that Britain’s royal family has finally entered the modern era!

Kate Middleton isn’t a virgin! The only part of the Western world that that might have been a big deal, until recently, was in the British Royal Family.

Too bad, it took the disastrous marriage and tragic death of Prince Williams’ mother, Princess Diana, to finally end the practice of forcing a British Crown Prince to marry a virgin.

Poor Princess Diana, just 19 and a naive virgin, thought she was living in a real life fairy tale when she married Prince Charles in 1981. Little did she know, he was in love with someone else; considered unsuitable to be his wife – Camilla Parker- Bowles. Little did she know she was like a sacrificial lamb- deemed appropriate for public viewing and bearing Prince Charles an hair and a spare.

It was only because of this devastating match, which turned Buckingham Palace into a sordid soap opera, that Prince William has been allowed to follow HIS heart  and marry the woman’s he loves- a non-virgin and a commoner, no less!

Aren’t you so glad that the British Royals basically acknowledged that their blood doesn’t really run blue, and that their DNA is no different than the DNA of the rest of the 6.8 billion inhabitants of this planet?

Now, in a move that’s just as welcome- the British government has said that it’s reviewing the ancient, discriminatory rules of royal succession- so if Prince William and Kate Middleton’s first child is a girl- she will eventually be Queen.

The British deputy Prime Minister Nick Clegg said that the current rule, placing boys ahead of girls “would strike most people as a little old- fashioned.”

Yah, think?

Isn’t is about time that a girl doesn’t have to be a virgin to marry a prince and that a first born daughter can be Queen?

What do you think Hollywoodlifers?

–Bonnie Fuller


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avery

Posted at 9:02 AM on October 14, 2012  

shut up! why we talk virginity here, that was a private for a women… don’t ask her virginity..ok

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Hanna

Posted at 9:41 PM on April 30, 2011  

Is it really needed to say that Kate isn’t a virgin?
Why is it even needed to bring up Princess Diana in this article? Let her soul rest peacefully!
This is exactly what William & Harry went through with their mom, have some courtesy!

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Maja

Posted at 9:26 PM on April 21, 2011  

How do you know she is not a virgin have you checked her?

Ewwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwww

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Prince Harry

Posted at 6:34 PM on April 21, 2011  

I’m wondering if Wills is a virgin? Maybe they both are saving themselves for marriate

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John

Posted at 3:43 PM on April 21, 2011  

Who gives a crap if she’s a virgin or not? As for Royal blood? There’s no such thing, as far as I’m concerned their DNA is no different from the other 6 billion people on this Earth.

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RoyalWatcher

Posted at 2:23 PM on April 21, 2011  

This article has no factual basis. There’s no evidence to suggest that Kate is or is not a virgin– and how you want to define “virgin” is an entirely other matter. Royals were prohibited from marrying individuals who had been previously married or were seeing someone else or the like because there was concern over whether or not the heir (and yes, there’s a ton of grammatical mistakes in this article) would not be of the royal bloodline. The only thing that’s changed is that Buckingham Palace has decided not to demand that spouses in the line of succession to the monarchy be virgins. That’s all.

Basically, this article is slanderous. Or libelous. Whichever one means that it’s entirely speculative.

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jellybeanz

Posted at 10:33 AM on April 21, 2011  

So what if Kate isn’t a virgin. To be honest, William should have the opportunity to marry someone he loves and being a virgin doesn’t count for anything. What are you saying to young women? ‘Hey, have sex and then you can marry someone’? Next thing we know, we’ll have to lock you up somewhere. Keep to your little world, Bonnie, and we’ll keep to real life. :)

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Angelchinky

Posted at 2:54 AM on April 21, 2011  

Jesus is it REALLY necessary to mention Diana’s unsatisfied married life in this article & her bulimia in the other article ? show some sensitivity will u?

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Donald

Posted at 3:28 PM on April 20, 2011  

Bonnie: First, your opinion would carry more weight if you would proofread your copy first. (It’s “heir,” not “hair.”)

Second, yes, it is absolutely delightful that Kate isn’t a virgin. Why should any person, man or woman, not screw like a bunny before marriage? Chastity, personal responsibility and restraint? What quaint ideas. I want to see tell-all memoirs by everyone who has done Kate, preferably with intimate details and descriptions of her favorite positions. Next, a Page 6 layout in the Daily News or Maxim.

Finally, is it old fashioned to favor male heirs (there’s that word you were looking for)? About as old fashioned as giving any person the position of hereditary monarch. God save the Queen.

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Hanna

Posted at 8:56 AM on April 20, 2011  

who cares if there a Virgin or not.They should be able to marry who ever they want

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Molly

Posted at 6:38 PM on April 19, 2011  

Honestly, what a terrible blurb. Are you trying to say that girls should be floozies and shouldn’t be old-fashioned for marriage? The tradition of remaining a virgin until marriage is something very nice and it should at least be respected. She shouldn’t be punished for not being a virgin, but she shouldn’t be venerated either.

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jason

Posted at 6:30 PM on April 19, 2011  

Isn’t is about time that a girl doesn’t have to be a virgin to marry a prince and that a first born daughter can be Queen?

What do you think Hollywoodlifers?
–Bonnie Fuller

Bonnie, I think you can’t spell to save your life.

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jason

Posted at 6:29 PM on April 19, 2011  

“…and bearing Prince Charles an hair and a spare.”

uh HL, it’s spelled “heir”.

Please oh please one of you get a GED and learn to spell.

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