Meghan Markle Just Hilariously Pranked Local Vendors On 'The Ellen DeGeneres Show'

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Photo credit: YouTube / The Ellen Show
Photo credit: YouTube / The Ellen Show

Meghan, Duchess of Sussex, just proved big time on The Ellen DeGeneres Show that she's no longer tethered to royal protocol. From doing random squats out in public to addressing herself as 'Mommy,' Meghan gave street vendors the prank of their lives when she took on Ellen DeGeneres's classic IFB stunt—and the result was a masterpiece.

Throughout the prank, Meghan was instructed by Ellen through an earpiece to mimic cringeworthy lines to street vendors. She was accompanied by one of the show's writers—whom DeGeneres ridiculously named 'Pwamma' for the prank—to play 'executive assistant to Meghan, the Duchess of Sussex.' The two first approached a table of crystals. 'Watch me, Pwamma,' the duchess says, while patting down the crystals. 'I have healing powers. Can you feel my powers?'

The two then walked up to a table offering hot sauce samples paired with chips. 'Momma wants some heat,' the duchess proclaimed, while eating samples like a chipmunk. 'Mommy needs some milk,' she added as things got spicier before reaching for her bag to take a swig from a baby's bottle.

The duchess finally made her grand entrance to the last vending table with a joke. 'Why did the elephant put his trunk in the cookie jar?' she asked, followed by a long moment of silence. 'You get it?' the duchess finally said.

Playing along, vendor Yasmine responded, 'Oh! I'm like, "It took me a while." I was like, "Wait, are you trying to—?"'

'It's funny, isn't it? It's a funny one,' Meghan said.

Watch the full video of the hilarious prank below.

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