One Of Duchess Meghan’s BFFs Is Defending Her

September 13, 2019 / Posted by:

It’s been ages, but some things will never change. Duchess Meghan and Prince Harry are still getting dragged in the press and not just because Duchess Kate has a special cell phone just to call every British tabloid and dish on what sleeveless number du jour ol’ Meg wore to dinner/ruin centuries of pointless royal tradition. There’s the fact that Meggy may or may not be a bad luck charm for Serena Williams and then there’s the whole talking climate change out of one side of their mouth while hitching a ride on Elton John’s private, enormous carbon footprint-leaving jet.

Meg’s latest round of saving face is launching a fashion collection to help dress unemployed women for job interviews. Rather than, y’know, talk charity, one of the collaborators, fashion designer and Meg’s good friend Misha Nonoo, was asked about and blabbed about how everyone is being unfair to her pal. 

Misha was on the Today show to talk about the new line, and reporter Keir Simmons asked her what she thought about the criticism faced by her gal pal. Rather than do what I’d do and scoff and say, “Bish sleeps with a hot ginger peen in a castle – she’s not exactly crying into her tiara,” Misha was a bit more…bland:

“I think it’s unjust and I think that people should really focus on the good work that they do—a prime example of that is this.It’s her first official engagement after having had her baby and it’s all about empowering women, it’s all about what she has essentially always sought to do.”

Misha, who designed the white shirt Meghan wore on her debut outing with Harry, designed a white shirt for this collection. That’s what I call versatility! That automatically means the British press will drag Meghan for picking such a boring piece of fashion when everyone who is unemployed knows the only way to get hired is wearing a Big Bird costume – business formal at its Kohl’s haute finest! Misha then spent the rest of the interview blabbing away about how authentic Meghan is, how she’s the “consummate professional,” how brilliant she is and…then she timed out because Meghan only wired her £30,000 and any additional ass-kissing costs an extra £1,500/minute.


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