Ah, but, it gets better. Some French fashion designer has stated quite categorically – and quite credibly by all accounts – that the perfect posterior was not hers to exhibit. It was a false one. She didn’t have the dress made tight to accentuate her natural curves, she wore padding to fill out the dress more. She cheated! Allegedly.
Of course, none of this is of any consequence to me except as a source of mild amusement. What does interest me is the subhead:
If true, this will rock the British Royal Family to its very foundation!
Now I’m at a loss. I don't know whether this is a typical example of the excessive and absurd hyperbole to which the tabloid press is inclined to sink, or could it be – just possibly – a most untypical example of a tabloid hack expressing not one but two subtle puns on the word ‘foundation?’