The wedding of Kate Middleton to Prince William is generating more than it’s fair share of Royal Tat Souvenirs. The latest is a scratch card that’s been produced by Kate’s parents family firm Party Pieces. The family have rejected claims that they are ‘cashing in’ on the wedding, made by various national newspaper.
The Britannia Scratch Trivia card costs £3.99 for a pack of ten. It is designed to be played by adults, allowing them to test their knowledge not just of British history and celebrities, but also the Royal Family. “Scratch away one crown to reveal the correct answer and impress your guests with your British knowledge,” says the advertisement on the firm’s website.
Mrs Middleton, 56, a former air hostess, set up Party Pieces in 1987. Her husband, a former British Airways flight dispatcher, helps to run it. Daughter Kate worked as a photographer and web designer for the firm for three years until Christmas.
I’d like to point out that you can still get £5 totally free from Scratch2Cash, you can play online scratch cards and avoid the whole royal wedding hullabaloo on the 29th of April when Kate & Wills tie the knot. Royal Wedding sick bags are available if you choose to watch the wedding instead.