Frankie Boyle's jokes about the Queen and Duchess of Cambridge are booed at Comic Relief event
Grimsby people whose hearts were won by Kate will be furious at the latest outrage from controversial comic Frankie Boyle.
Kate was greeted by thousands of well wishers when she visited our town just two days ago - winning the hearts of all who met her.
They will be shocked today to read how the Scottish 'funnyman' joked he wished the Queen had died, and made an unprintable gag about how Kate fell pregnant.
Kate's pregnancy has caused worldwide interest with Grimsby at the heart of that this week as rumours emerged that she may well be having a girl!
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In a revolting 10-minute routine on Russell Brand's Give It Up For Comic Relief event at London's Wembley Arena, Boyle also drew gasps from the 12,500-strong audience with a particularly crude jibe at Oscar Pistorious.
Boyle's routine was deemed in such bad taste that it was axed from the 'almost-live' broadcast of the show on BBC Three.
Referring to the monarch's recent hospital stay for gastroenteritis, Boyle then said: 'I wish the Queen had died the night before the Royal Jubilee - I wish she'd just f***ing died.
'But they wouldn't have been able to tell us that she'd died. They would have had to hollow out her body and get that guy who plays Gollum to wear it.'
But Boyle's quips about the country's beloved monarch did not go down will with the star-studded crowd, who were quick to boo the comedian as his jokes went too far.
Boyle's next subject was the Duchess of Cambridge, with the comedian making a crude joke about the royal's figure, before adding: 'I can't believe she is pregnant to be honest because she told me she was on the pill.'