Foxybingo Targets A Royal Visit

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Like most bingo operators Foxy is disappointed not to have been the one offering Will the fab time he sought earlier this week at its dapper establishment. Away from prying eyes and the public he would have been able to have fun without all the headlines.

Forget Polo or clay pigeon shooting, one of the British nation's favourite royals has found a new pastime in the good old game of bingo. Prince William's visit to his local hall became front page news this week in the UK, but normally publicity shy heir would have clearly preferred to get his 'eyes-down' away from the glare media spotlight, at http://www.foxybingo.com.

Online at Foxy, Will's could enjoy his new found hobby from the comfort and privacy of his personal surronding's, be he on a quick lunch break at Sandhurst or enjoying a well earned rest at Balmoral. New games are played every few minutes - with cards starting at just 10p he won't have to sell the crown jewels to try his luck.

Plus whilst he's online the Future King of England, can enjoy a good old banter with his fellow Foxy subjects in the chat rooms. He can check out what's in store with the daily horoscopes or even find something to rustle up for a romantic meal with Kate using the recipe section.

When Will's wants to make bingo a family affair he, Charles, Camilla and Harry can take part in the monthly Foxy Team Bingo where they can collectively compete for a share of 2 million bingo points.

However one doesn't have to be of blue blood to have fun on Foxy Bingo, in fact any UK subject over the age of 18 can join in today. To claim a free £2 bonus, sample the fun and compete for jackpots fit for a king visit http://www.foxybingo.com and click on the Join Now icon.

Foxybingo is operated by Cashcade, with one of the largest portfolio of products, blockbuster brands and cutting edge technology, Cashcade is established as a world leader in the provision of online fun and games.

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