Oh Photoshop, my dear old friend, you and I will probably have some inappropriate fun with that pic today.
Meghan Markle was visiting her royal man Prince Hot Ginge at Kensington Palace in London last week, and so some thought that maybe, just maybe, they’d cause us hard-up Harry Whores to break the ear drums of dogs with our high-pitched wails of pain by going public. The media thought that PHG and Future Princess Meghan was going to make their official debut at a rugby game at Twickenham Stadium in London on Saturday. But sitting next to PHG during the match between England and South Africa was Princess Charlene of Monaco, who looked like a discount Caroline Herrera impersonator (and that’s a compliment).
E! News says that there’s a real good reason for why Meghan wasn’t next to PHG at that rugby match. It was physically impossible since she was on a plane going back to Toronto, and yes, I’m sure she was the one in First Class who was sitting on a pile of ice packs because she needed to cool down her down-low parts from bumping up against PHG’s bonfire crotch bush so much.
There’s probably an entire team of advisors (read: THE QUEEN and her smartest corgis) who are deciding if, when, where and how these two go “public,” but Meghan should be glad that they didn’t choose that rugby game for their grand debut. Because if only her front is facing the cameras, how are the photographers going to get a full shot of her custom Juicy sweats with the words “Harry Is Hitting This, Haters” written on the ass? That’s what she wears every day, right? What is the point of PHG getting on your ass on the regular if your ass is not going to brag about it?
And here’s a video from last year that Hello! Canada pulled out of their archives. At the 1:00 mark, Meghan is asked to choose between Prince William and Prince Hot Ginge:
Bitch, please, don’t act like you don’t have Prince Hot Ginge’s name tattooed in ginger ink on your nalgas? We all do!
Here’s more pictures from that rugby match, as well as pictures from yesterday of Duchess Kate (in Princess Diana cosplay) with Duchess Camilla and Countess Sophie at the national tribute to the fallen at Cenotaph on Remembrance Sunday.