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Gossip: Megan Markle All Alone In London; Fox News Thinks RuPaul’s Last Name Is Paul

Megan Markle is getting ready to become a princess but the cost has been very high and has left her very lonely.

“With the exception of Harry, Megan is all alone in London. She doesn’t have any long-time friends or family in the country and although his family has been very welcoming, they are all strangers to her,” sources tell Straight Shuter. “Leaving your country and everyone you know can be very difficult. Add to that that she is marrying a Prince, has made it impossible to meet and find new friends.”

Insiders add that Megan thinks it is all worth it to be with Harry, but there are days when she is very lonely.

Fox News Thinks RuPaul’s Last Name Is Paul

Fox News posted an article on former House speaker Nancy Pelosi. In the post, the writer decided to mention that Pelosi would be a guest judge on “RuPaul’s Drag Race : All Stars 3.”

‘Pelosi will be on the runway to judge Paul’s collection of drag queens for an episode of the series’ upcoming return,’ they wrote.

‘For those unfamiliar with the show, it takes various drag queens and assigns them various challenges each episode that Paul and other judges then use to decide who wins.’

RuPaul was born RuPaul Andre Charles. His Louisiana-born mother named him after roux, which is an ingredient used to thicken sauces.

RuPaul says that his mother made an announcement at his birth saying, “His name is RuPaul Andre Charles and he’s gonna be a star, ’cause ain’t another mother f**ker alive with a name like that!”
And RuPaul proved her right.

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