Open Post: Hosted By Meghan Markle Wearing A Long White Nipple Hat To Church 

March 12, 2018 / Posted by:

If you’re thinking to yourself, “Um, you dumb fuck, that’s a beret,” then I want to welcome you, first-time reader, to Dlisted, where I tell “jokes” that would even make an 8-year-old Adam Sandler fan say, “Grow up, bitch!

Meghan Markle continued her new job of wearing hats to events today by joining Prince Hot Ginge, Prince William, Duchess Kate, THE QUEEN, Prince Charles, possible future Queen Camilla, and Liam Payne (???) at Commonwealth Day church service at Westminster Abbey. It was supposedly Meghan’s highest-profile event because THE QUEEN was there. So THE QUEEN saw Meghan in action, and I’m sure that after church, she passed Meghan a report card that read: “F minus for wearing a giant white tit on your head. The only giant white tit I want to see at these things is my son Charles.

People says that Meghan paired her Stephen Jones beret, which is her way of paying homage to her man’s mother Princess Diana, with a $1,200 Amanda Wakeley coat and some navy dress. But really, who cares about some boring clothes when Prince Hot Ginge was there and he did this (I cropped out the children because they were ruining the picture):

And Meghan and PHG weren’t the only members of the royal family who wore navy. They all did (Meghan and Duchess Kate even wore the same navy heels. There must’ve been a 2-for-1 special). Well, all of them except for THE QUEEN. I’d like to think that THE QUEEN told everyone that on Commonwealth Day they wear navy, and then she showed up in burgundy. That’s how a QUEEN reminds the lessers that she’s QUEEN.

Pics: Wenn.com

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