The greatest show of British pageantry is about to take place. Wills and Kate are getting married, and two billion people will be celebrating.
And an ancient evil is rising...
It is 2011. The world is in the grip of the worst global economic meltdown since the 1930s. Millions have lost their jobs and struggle to make ends meet.
Goddamnit, the world needs a party.
And as luck would have it, there’s a big one coming.
On Friday, April 29th, Prince William, eldest son of Prince Charles and Princess Diana and second in line to the British throne, will get married to his long-standing girlfriend, Kate Middleton.
Two million people will line the streets of London to celebrate.
3900 guests including heads of state, celebrities and charity workers, will pack Westminster Abbey for the service.
An estimated two billion people will watch the wedding worldwide.
A security operation, costing 10 million pounds, will be in place because nothing, repeat nothing, is going to go wrong.
But the forces of evil plan to turn the wedding into a bloodbath of untold carnage.
And only Harry and Pippa, and Wills and Kate can stand in it's way.
All the pageantry, all the romance, all the flesh-hungry beasts of the abyss.
It's The Royal Wedding from Hell.
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