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UH-OH! Did the Buckingham Palace really just post THIS?

The Palace's official webpage just linked to an explicit website. Read on to know more!

Whoops! The Buckingham Palace reportedly made a huge faux-pas on their official website this week and the internet is going berserk!

According to the a leading daily, the patronage page for Dolen Cymru linked to an explicit X-rated site. Prince Harry, who recently stepped back from his royal duties, is a patron of the Welsh charity.

The web site for Dolen Cymru currently reads, “The Wales-Lesotho link began in 1985 and has developed educational links, wider young people’s links, health, churches, women’s organisations.”

The link is now fixed. The Palace has not made any official comment on the HUGE glitch.

This comes a little after Prince William and Kate Middleton announced their little break.

Insiders have revealed the past few weeks have been very stressful for Queen Elizabeth, especially after Meghan and Harry had to lay off 15 loyal staffers as they no longer will need an office at the Buckingham Palace.

Insiders also reveal the Queen is deeply sympathetic toward the 15 staffers who were left jobless.

According to royal sources, Harry and Meghan’s decision to step back from their royal duties followed by the Prince Andrew-Jeffrey Epstein scandal has left the Queen feeling like she’s losing control of her legacy at the very end of her life.

But unlike Meghan Markle and Prince Harry, Prince William and Kate Middleton will be taking some time off from their royal duties, for a week to be precise, so they can spend quality time with their kids.

Their four-year-old daughter Charlotte has been enrolled in the same school as her six-year-old brother George last year.

The school’s headmaster said last year, “We are delighted that the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge have decided that Princess Charlotte will join her elder brother, Prince George, at Thomas’s Battersea.”

“We greatly look forward to welcoming her and all of our new pupils to the school in September,” he concluded.

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