Meghan Markle Says That Her and Melania Trump Have Been Secretly Texting Each Other

Funny story written by Fannin Fabriano

Thursday, 27 February 2020

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Melania told her new BFF Meghan Markle that they both have colorful husbands, "Jors ease red and mine ease orange."

GALVESTON – Prince Harry and his gorgeous wife traveled to Galveston to visit the hotel/museum where famed pirate Jean Lafitte had spent a weekend back in the summer of 1799.

Harry and Meghan are fans of the infamous Carribean buccaneers which include Bluebeard, Blackbeard, Seasick Sal, and Captain Itchybeard.

As the couple was looking at some Seasick Sal drink coasters, Meghan was approached by a reporter with The Houston Citizen Review. She was asked about the rumor that her and Melania Trump have been texting each other.

The former Duchess of Sussex smiled and remarked that, yes, her and Melly have indeed been secretly texting each other on a daily basis. She added that she is surprised at how much personal info the first lady reveals to her.

When asked to elaborate, Meghan said, “Well, for one thing I was shocked that Mrs.Trump told me about the weird mole that Ther husband has on his little weiner.”

Markle blushed as she said, “Melania openly told me that the mole looks kind of like the state of Louisiana,” and she added, “but a very little, itty, bitty, tiny Louisiana.”

IN CLOSING – Meghan remarked that Melania called her and told her, “Meese Macon, I wants tu tell tu youse dat my husbundt he cannot stand dis man Chon Hannity. My Donnie told it tu me dat he has tu mush bad breath dat eat could berry easy kill a mommy rhino.”

The funny story above is a satire or parody. It is entirely fictitious.

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