Melania Trump ‘body double’ rumours resurface

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Melania Trump ‘body double’ rumours reignite
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MELANIA Trump ‘body double’ rumours resurface as new photo of the First Lady spark speculation.

The wild ‘Fake Melania’ online conspiracy theory has reared its head once more, as a photograph taken on October 22, shows Melania and husband Donald Trump boarding Marine One on the South Lawn of the White House in Washington.

Melania is shown smiling, large dark glasses masking much of her face.

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Fans took to Twitter, claiming that the photo didn’t look like ‘the real Melania.’

 

One tweeted “Not even anywhere close to being convincing Melania doubles”.


Another, commenting on Melania’s happy demeanour in the new photos, tweeted: “#FakeMelania’s got a tell: she’s happy when he’s around.”

The First Lady’s body double rumours first went viral back in October 2017, after actor and comedian Andrea Wagner Barton posted her theory on Facebook.

The peculiar body double rumours come after Melania and husband Donald Trump suffered a very awkward moment at the end of the final US Presidential debate this week.

Footage shows the pair walking off the stage as Melania appears to rip her hand away from her husband after the appearance in Nashville.

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