Pamela Anderson, the Baywatch star turned animal-rights activist, tweeted a picture of a letter she received from the First Lady.
The letter, which thanks Anderson for gifting Melania a faux-fur coat, is signed by FLOTUS, a signature that looks eerily familiar.
Feel like you've seen it before? That's because it's the EXACT SAME AS HER HUSBAND'S.
For comparison, here's Donald's
And here's Melania's again
Here they are side-by-side
But what does it mean?
Is Melania just a big ol' copy-cat? After all, she did famously 'borrow' a line or two from Michelle Obama's speech at the RNC convention.
Well, according to a hand-writing expert, it could be a lot darker than that...
Speaking to Yahoo, handwriting analyst Shelia Kurtz said it's very unusual for couples to adopt one another's handwriting.
Hers looks just like his, which is absolutely amazing,
This is stylised. Maybe they brought someone in to show her how to do it or [it’s] a stamp, but it is definitely stylized.
Kurtz, the CEO of New York Graphology consulting group ScanMyHandwriting.com has been studying Trump's handwriting since before his reality show, The Apprentice US, aired.
When someone writes, and you can’t really read what they’re writing, they don’t want you to read them at all.
The first [letter], where it goes up into a point, that’s pretty sharp and direct and gets right to it. The downstrokes — those two lines in her last name — those are very sharp.
Kurtz added that sharp, straight lines indicate that a person is “a sharp thinker, a fast thinker, and picks up information quickly.”
On the Donald's handwriting, Kurtz described it as “very analytical and sharp. He’s blunt — the obvious is all there.”
It’s so blocked up with ink,
Picture your blood vessels being blocked and your blood wasn’t allowed to flow — this is what it would look like.
The sharpness is there, too. The sharp mind. All the letters have sharpness on top, but then they get clogged up. It has a lot to do with his expression, how he expresses himself. The tallness is the vanity.