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Hanover, Orange, and Saxe-Gotha to sue for breach of copyright

The ancestors of William of Orange, William the Conqueror, the House of Hanover, and the House of Saxe-Coburg have questioned the UKs claim to 1000 years of unbroken tradition. Lawyers representing the disgruntled aristocrats have assembled a mercenary army in Calais and hope to invade in small boats.

The royal family has not faced a crisis of this scale since Edward VIII abdicated so he could marry Hitler.

A spokesperson for the House of Hanover said: ‘It’s not the only time the King has breached copyright. When they were setting the crown on his head he hummed the tune to Let's Get It On by Marvin Gaye.’

King Charles vehemently denies breaching copyright and has vowed to ‘give up the day job’ if found guilty.

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