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25

After Insulting Kate on Facebook, Royal Guard Dismissed

Buckingham Palace Guard Dismissed From Royal Wedding Duties, After Calling Kate 'Stuck Up Cow' and 'Posh B****' on Facebook

PHOTO: Guardsman Cameron Reilly
Scots Guardsman Cameron Reilly removed from Royal Wedding duty for making disparaging remarks against Kate Middleton.
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After calling Kate Middleton a series of epithets on Facebook, a Buckingham Palace guard has lost his chance to work the wedding of the century.

Scots Guardsman Cameron Reilly, 18, who usually stands guard outside the royal palace, called Prince William's bride-to-be a "posh b****" and other nasty names on the social networking site, the U.K.'s Press Association reported.

He reportedly wrote, "hur and william drove past me on friday n all a got was a sh*tty wave while she looked the opposite way from me, stupid stuck up cow am a not good enough for them! posh b**** am totally with u on this 1 who reely gives a f*** about hur".

Reilly also posted anti-Semitic and racist comments on his Facebook page, the Press Association reported. The Ministry of Defense is reportedly investigating the claims and has removed Reilly from his wedding day duties.

Click here to read about seven other people who Tweeted or Facebooked their way into trouble.

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