On Wednesday, actress Pamela Anderson tweeted out a photo of a letter she received from Melania Trump, thanking her for a faux-fur coat she sent to her shortly after the inauguration.
In the letter, dated April 20, the First Lady wrote:
“I am grateful for your support and encouraging words, they mean a great deal. Together, we can empower more women to stand up for their beliefs. Thank you for your thoughtful note and gift. God bless you and your family.”
— Pamela Anderson (@pamfoundation) May 3, 2017
Several social media users were quick to point out the striking resemblance of FLOTUS’ signature when compared to the POTUS’
Is Donald Trump signing Melania’s letters for her? pic.twitter.com/TsRnpjscjq
— Dylan Stableford (@stableford) May 3, 2017
The former Baywatch actress, an outspoken anti-fur advocate and an honorary director of PETA, reportedly sent Trump an “eco-fur” coat in February that she custom-designed with Russian faux fur manufacturer Only Me.
Along with the coat, she sent a note which read: “Amid all the mania at the inauguration, you looked stunning in an outfit by Ralph Lauren—one of many fur-free designers. I am so happy that you chose not to wear fur! As [the] First Lady, you will help set style trends, and by remaining compassionate with your choices, you will warm the hearts of many.”
The Hill reported that Anderson, 49, said in January at an inaugural gala held by PETA that she wanted to send the First Lady Russian faux furs.
“I’m going to send her one of my Russian eco-fur coats as a gift because I’m designing furs in Russia right now,” Anderson said. “I just want him to know that there are people that wish him well, and wish him success, and to find success inside the presidency.”
PETA issued a statement after the letter went viral, praising Anderson thoughtful gift along with an accompanying video about the cruelty that animals endure to harvest their fur.
“Pamela Anderson sent elegant Melania a stylish faux fur, as well as a video showing how animals are cruelly killed in the wild and on fur farms, so it’s no surprise that she is now fur-free, following in the footsteps of so many fashion icons and First Ladies,” said PETA senior vice president Dan Mathews.
H/T: The Hill
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