Television X Presents: A Royal Romp – A Royal Wedding Spoof

Posted on April 14, 2011

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Press Release: Porn-a-like ‘Kate Middleton’ was Olympic Equestrian Hopeful Before Triple X Career Change

What: A Royal Romp: A XXX Royal Wedding Parody by Pure XXX Films

When: 29th April Television X Sky 903, Virgin 473 30th April Red Hot TV Sky 956, Freeview 191

Starring: Megan Coxxx as Kate, Danny D as William, Michelle Moist as Chelsea, Clark Kent as Harry.

SHAFTA winning adult actress Megan Coxxx is set to play ‘Kate Fiddleton’ in the Television X Royal wedding spoof, ‘A Royal Romp’. The TV special will be aired on Television X on the day of the wedding, Friday 29th April and will be repeated on Red Hot TV on Saturday 30th. Megan, who recently won the coveted Best New Starlet trophy at the 2011 SHAFTA ceremony was not ‘throne’ into the deep end at having to play a posh bird as she herself is from a privileged background very similar to the future princess Kate Middleton.

Growing up at her parents house in Southampton Megan had everything she could wish for including stables and a dressage ring where she practiced and hoped to compete in the 2012 Olympic Games.

“I was a very good girl and hard worker at school. I got all A grades at A-level and won a place to study horse science at Nottingham University,” explains Megan.

“I’ve been riding since I was four and all of my coaches thought I had great potential to fulfil any Olympic dreams but I guess I wanted to rebel and doing porn is the biggest rebellion! Now instead of riding horses I ride men!”

The man she’ll be riding in A Royal Romp is the HUGE stud Danny D, who is fast becoming known as the biggest boy in the business. Include a few Royal look-a-likes and the Royal Romp is a sure fire spring hit for both Television X and Red Hot TV viewers.

“We have chosen to put A Royal Romp on both Television X and Red Hot TV across the Friday and Saturday of the Royal Wedding bank holiday weekend to make sure as many people as possible get a chance to view,” says Head of Programming Chris Ratcliff.

“It’s the first time we have done this and hope it’s successful. It will also be on all major TV platforms, Sky, Freeview and Virgin and also on http://www.televisionx.com.”