Kate Middleton’s pal says her sex club is booming with women hunting threesomes

Kate Middleton’s friend who owns a private members sex club, has claimed her business is booming, with more women looking to have threesomes.

Emma Sayle, who is friends with the Duchess of Cambridge from their days at Downe House – an all-girls boarding school in Berkshire – is the owner of the Killing Kittens, which organises parties where members are invited to “play” together.

She told the Sunday Times that the coronavirus pandemic has been good for her business as more and more people want to experiment with sex.

She said she's received more than 40,000 membership requests from single women in the past year and a half.

She added that polyamory – where a couple have other sexual partners – and bisexuality have become particularly popular, the Daily Mail reports.

Sayle, who started Killing Kittens in 2005, said: “We’re getting more and more messages from throuples”.

She explained that while being bisexual would have been shocking 20 years ago, it is now considered “dull” in the realm of sexuality as it is today.

And she's added women are the one chasing the thrills and signing up to her services in big numbers.

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“We’ve seen a massive jump in membership, over 40,000 single girls joined in the past year and a half.”

The mum-of-three said that she has been on the hunt for bigger venues to have Killing Kittens parties in, since the beginning of lockdown, after this surge in members.

The parties, which the Killing Kittens website claims are all about female empowerment, take place at various sites in London and around the world which are kept secret to non-members and revealed closer to the dates.

On the night, mask-wearing members arrive at a chosen location and enjoy champagne and canape before activities begin heating up.

There, Killing Kitten claims it “challenges established gender stereotypes in everything [it] does and our events are no different,” according to the club’s website.

“We are determined to level the playing field when it comes to sex, sexual play, and dating. We want to empower those who have been disenfranchised to access pleasure and nourish their sex lives”, it adds.

The club is so popular that its in person events – planned from December through March in various secret locations around London – are all sold out until April 7.

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