Hello! Magazine airdrops 200,000 emergency copies to Yemeni refugees to spread word on Harry and Meghan’s engagement - The Beaverton
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Hello! Magazine airdrops 200,000 emergency copies to Yemeni refugees to spread word on Harry and Meghan’s engagement

ADDIS ABABA – Relief for desperate Yemeni refugees is on its way with over 200,000 copies of being airdropped containing much needed news on the engagement of and .

The United Kingdom-based celebrity magazine said that their organization needed to reach out people fleeing bombardments by bombarding them with all the news, gossip, and photos pertaining to a royal couple.

“These people are dying,” explained Hello! Magazine’s editor, “to know who will attend the wedding set for next year. There are even some displaced people who have gone without the knowledge of the engagement for days!”

Both the Houthi rebels and the internationally recognized government forces appear unaware that the man who is fifth in line to become a benign figurehead for the British Commonwealth is planning on marrying an mixed-race, American divorcee.

“Tragically, refugee camps lack basic access to Meghan Markle’s skin tips, which Prada dress Kate Middleton was wearing last night, and photos of annoyed celebrities and their children,” added the editor. “But everyone around the world should be paying attention to this.”

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