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Melania Trump sparks plagiarism rumors again; Donald Trump’s wife copies Queen Letizia’s fashion not Michelle Obama
Melania Trump recently sparked plagiarism rumors once again after it was revealed that her style and fashion sense seem a little too similar to that of Queen Letizia of Spain.
“Free, Melania” author Kate Bennett uploaded side by side photos of the two first ladies on her Twitter account. The snaps show how similar Melania and the Queen’s tastes are.
In the first picture, the FLOTUS is wearing a beautiful red dress that highlighted her slender frame. The sleeves on her dress look like a cape. In the next photo, Queen Letizia is wearing the exact same color and style, but her dress only has one cape-like sleeve.
“Queen Letizia, a former journalist, is frequently recognized as one of the best-dressed women in Europe. Her style and @FLOTUS’ are often similar…” Bennet captioned the snaps.
In a follow-up tweet, Bennet shared two side by side photos of Melania and Queen Letizia wearing the exact same outfit. The two women stunned in their black sleeveless dress with huge floral prints.
The FLOTUS’s critics couldn’t help but mock her for being a copycat. After all, this isn’t the first time that Melania has copied something from another person.
In the past, she has been accused of copying the speech of ex-FLOTUS Michelle Obama. But her staff, later on, admitted that she was the one who imitated Barack Obama’s wife’s speech.
The first lady has also seemingly taken inspiration from Obama’s “be better” statement during her interview with Oprah Winfrey. Trump’s wife calls her initiative Be Best.
“So, in other words, it’s not only the speeches of others that Melania copies,” Twitter user @KayEllen48 said.
“@KateBennettDC could you tell who wore it first? I suspect it was @FLOTUS who copied,” Twitter user @mummaquilts said.
“You mean @FLOTUS is copying other people’s style, not just a little bit, she is totally ripping them off. How embarrassing for Melania,” Twitter user @I_Am_LisaR said.
“She did start by plagiarizing Michelle Obama’s speech. Remember that?” Twitter user @adeleshiv said.