Speculation that Princess in Waiting, Kate Middleton, may make her public debut in a TV reality show have been dashed by media experts.
Reflecting on her career potential, public relations guru Max Clifford, admitted that the recent announcement of Ms Middleton’s forthcoming marriage to Prince William had boosted her prospects. ‘With careful handling, her career path looks quite promising,’ said the celebrity media manipulator. ‘But she has to do something to earn her place. The producers don't just pick anyone you know.'
'Everyone is looking for the next Katie Price,' he continued thoughtfully. 'What a girl! There was an innocent Page 3 girl with immodest breast implants who entered the jungle, copped off with a one hit neverhasbeen and hasn’t looked back since. Now that's what I call class.’
‘And she’s not stupid,’ he added. ‘She’s got a lot up top.’
‘I have already offered my services to Ms Middleton,’ revealed the man responsible for the ‘Freddie Starr Ate My Hamster' story. ‘But if she is really serious about a meaningful public life, she needs to shag at least one England footballer, preferably at Buckingham Palace when the Queen is in residence; and accidently on purpose release photos of the whole sordid affair on Twitter. Oh, and she ought to change her name to Katie.’
Clifford offered a further word of advice for Ms Middleton. ‘It has come to my attention that Kate’s attitude may not be as professional as it ought to be. I have it on good authority that she was approached by the makers of ‘I’m A Celebrity Get Me Out of Here!’ when they were lining up their cast list and she turned it down. Apparently she gave some flimsy excuse about having a pressing engagement. That sort of behaviour won’t do her any favours in the industry. Unforgivable!’
A spokesman for St James’ Palace said ‘Prince William’s fiancée has no immediate plans to appear on a TV show, but she has not ruled out appearing on a future episode of Family Fortunes which we understand is a documentary programme.’