..

Kate Will Not Say “Obey”: Oddsmakers Offer Odds of -1500

Written by:
Alistair Prescott
Published on:
Apr/27/2011
Kate Middleton Obey

The online gambling websites are convinced that Kate will not say the word “Obey” during the Royal Wedding.  Bookmaker.com has posted odds of -1500 that she WILL.  You would have to wager $150 to win $10

“Yes” she will say the word “Obey” would pay $25 for every $10 bet. 

While William’s mum Princess Diana refused to say “Obey”, few women followed suit when marrying into the royal family.

News reports are all but confirming Kate will refuse to make that particular vow. 

The bride-to-be will instead promise to 'love, comfort, honour and keep' her husband.

Remember, there are some great Royal Wedding betting odds available at Bookmaker.com including the color of Kate’s wedding dress, the color of the Queen’s hat and where the couple will honeymoon, among others. 

- Alistair Prescott, Gambling911.com

 

Follow breaking headlines around the clock at Gambling911.com Twitter Here

Entertainment News

Jason Sudeikis Emmy Odds - 2021

Jason Sudeikis Emmy Odds - 2021

Jason Sudeikis is a big 1-25 odds favorite to win Best Comedy series for his role in Ted Lasso, but that's not stopping the gambling public from getting down on him at such a steep price.

Can't Bet the Emmy's on DraftKings?  WTF?

Can't Bet the Emmy's on DraftKings? WTF?

DraftKings is not allowed to take bets on the Emmys and similar awards ceremonies in some states (NJ is one where they can), but there are other options.

What To Bet On - Emmys 2021 Best Bets

What To Bet On - Emmys 2021 Best Bets

Our friends at SportsBetting.ag have released odds on Sunday's Emmy Awards.

Spice Girl Mel C and JoJo Siwa Favored in DWTS Odds

Spice Girl Mel C and JoJo Siwa Favored in DWTS Odds

The complete cast of "Dancing With The Stars" Season 30 was announced today, and Vegas has already set odds for who will be crowned champion.

The Direct Line From ‘Taxi Driver’ to ‘The Card Counter’

The Direct Line From ‘Taxi Driver’ to ‘The Card Counter’

Paul Schrader knows he has a limited number of films left, so whatever he does from here on out is going to be for himself.

Syndicate