Flo Letoaba hilariously accuses Meghan Markle of stealing her look

Flo Letoaba hilariously accuses Meghan Markle of stealing her look

- Anchorwoman Flo Letoaba hilariously threw shade at Meghan Markle

- Letoaba posted side-by-side snaps of herself and the Duchess of Sussex

- The TV personality claimed Meghan stole her look and Mzansi was in stitches

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Meghan Markle is apparently making her fashion choices based on Mzansi celebs - well, that's according to Flo Letoaba.

The SABC anchorwoman shared a snap of herself wearing a green outfit with a matching hat. She also posted a snap of the Duchess of Sussex wearing similar green attire. Letoaba accused the former Suits actress of stealing her look.

She captioned her post:

"Le a bona akere... b***h stole my look!"

Take a look at the post below:

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Her post gave Mzansi social media users a case of the giggles and they expressed their views in the comment section.

Twitter user, @sphamandla79JR, commented:

"There's a difference between the township 'class' and royal 'class' ausi! Chill."

Meanwhile, Briefly.co.za previously reported a Nigerian schoolboy in Essex, London, Aker Okoye, met with Meghan Markle during a visit she paid to his school, Robert Clack school on Friday, 6 March.

As the Duchess of Sussex hugged him on stage, the 16-year-old college student blushed and could not stop smiling.

Prince Harry and Meghan returned to the UK for the first time since stepping down as senior members of the royal family.

Harry and Markle made their first official public appearance in London on Thursday, 5 March, evening, about two months after announcing their royal exit.

The Duke and his actress wifey will stay in London for a few more days as the couple is expected to publicly reunite with Prince William and Kate Middleton as they attend the annual Commonwealth Service at Westminster Abbey on Commonwealth Day.

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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