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January 12, 2018

MEANWHILE ABROAD

Rigby & Peller, the luxury lingerie brand that has been fitting the Queen's bras for over three decades, has lost its royal warrant, the BBC confirms. It was withdrawn after the publication of a memoir titled Storm in a D-Cup by 82-year-old June Kenton, who had been the official corsetière at Buckingham Palace since the early '80s.

(Thanks to Michael Parry)

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Brits may find the Royals' firm position uplifting, but Investors may separate with the company over its sagging fortunes.

Not as an "uplifting" story as I thought it might be.

Meanwhile, Rod Steward is considering re-recording an updated version of Sagging Rags and Glad Rags....

I support the royals too, but never like this, and not for 30 years....

When can we expect the release of The Queen’s Boobs? A sequel to The King’s Speech.

I kind of admire anyone who has an official corsetiere. There is something noble about the idea.

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