The British Royal Family disclosed this morning that the late Prince Philip, who passed away last Friday, has already achieved his fondest wish and succeeded in reincarnating as a deadly virus.
A statement from Buckingham Palace, issued shortly before noon, said: “It is with great pride and appreciation that Her Majesty the Queen announces the reincarnation of her beloved husband, his deceased Royal Highness Prince Philip, Duke of Edinburgh, as a deadly virus.”
After spending many of his 99 years as a monarchical figurehead, the reincarnated royal looks forward to another, far more productive lifetime as a viral scourge of humanity. “I expect that with any luck, I’ll be able to kill off about seven-and-a-quarter billion people,” the princely pathogen boasted. “That would be enough to meet our depopulation target, which is to leave fewer than half a billion human beings alive.”
Questioned on what it’s like to be a deadly virus, the Prince quipped: “It sure beats working!” Asked to elaborate, he explained: “As a member of the royal family, I was a destructive, parasitical entity infecting a host population. Being a virus is like being a royal, only better, because you’re so small that the paparazzi have a much harder time locating you.”
The royal virus added that anyone who wishes to donate to his ongoing charitable and philanthropic work can contribute to the tax-deductible Prince Philip Virus Depopulation Fund, which has already received more than ten billion dollars from the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation.
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