With barely a month-and-a-half to go before Prince William ties the knot with Kate Middleton, the British Royal Family is reportedly a bit concerned about her family firm's "fling" tip to brides.
This is because the Middleton family firm Party Pieces, run by Kate's mom Carole and dad Michael, is selling pillows telling brides to have "one last fling before the ring", The Sun reported.
The cheeky gift is part of a series of hen night accessories. Other party trimmings include napkins carrying the message "drink triple, see double, act single", a veil with a string of fake pearls and traditional L-plates.
Kate's own hen do will reportedly have a Dirty Dancing theme and be held at the family pad in Bucklebury, Berks. It is then thought the girls will head to London where four club venues have been booked, the report said.
The bash is being organised by Pippa Middleton, 27, ahead of her 29-year-old sister Kate's wedding to 28-year-old second-in-line to the British throne on April 29. The couple got engaged last October.