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Have you met your real-life doppelganger yet? For some people, it's just a matter of time before you find out you have a famous twin. And in this case, one Washington model says she has been told "plenty of times" that she looks just like a member of the British royal family. This Meghan Markle lookalike has even had people come up to her to say the likeness is uncanny. What a compliment!

In an exclusive interview with Narcity, Hayden Dunham, 20, told us that people have gone up to her many times to tell her she looks exactly like the Suits star.

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We all know Lizzo as the bold and beautiful self-love queen. But did you know she also has a heart for philanthropy? Lizzodonated meals to the University of Washington Medical Center's ER staff, proving she really is that one hundred percent that generous.

According to Kiro7 News, the Grammy award-winning artist sent lunches to workers on Monday to say thank you for working out on the front lines. 

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While many celebs are encouraging social distancing, we're particularly loving the update from this American internet personality. Tati Westbrook is self-quarantined in Seattle and she's sharing the positivity we all need right now. TBH, we could all use some more uplifting stories.

The star posted a 24-minute update on her life to her YouTube channel yesterday, revealing she's been in self-quarantine for three weeks now.

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It seems like everyone in Seattle is sporting some kind of coronavirus protection, and the Fremont Troll is no exception. An image of our famous monster wearing a blue medical mask has been going viral and the whole city is obsessed. The question on everyone's mind: Is it real or Photoshop? We got in touch with the man behind the mask to get all the details. 

"I saw the news where a couple of tourists in Seattle were wearing face masks," photographer Brian David Casey said in an interview with Narcity. "Then my creative mind kicked in and came up with the idea of going around to the famous Seattle landmarks in my neighborhood and putting masks on them."

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Dropping big bucks during the holidays may be a tradition, but the NFL team from Emerald City seems to enjoy the splurge. After racking up a bill of $17,500 at a rookie dinner earlier this month, the Seattle Seahawks just had a second rookie dinner, this time "making history" for $23,670! 

The bill from Daniel's Broiler in Bellevue, a team favorite, was posted by Seahawks cornerback, Shaquill Griffin to his insta stories. 

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We all remember Blanco Brown's viral hit from earlier this year, thanks to the line dance that achieved meme status, he had us all doing. But now, it's a celebrity's turn. Busting some serious moves, Ciara danced to The Git Up Remix, and it's getting a lot of attention.

The R&B singer posted a video of herself earlier today shuffling at Hat 'n' Boots in south Seattle. Now, the choice of location makes all the sense in the world given the country rap song's rodeo association. 

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The holidays are a time for big-spending and the NFL team from Emerald City didn't skimp. The $17,500-bill at the Seattle Seahawks' rookie dinner last night was posted by TMZ, and it got Seattle's Reddit group talking. 

Ugo Amadi and Marquise Blair, both Safetys for the team, dropped the solid number on steaks and cognac at Daniel's Broiler in Bellevue, Washington.

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We're nearly at the end of another decade, but 90s kids will always have fond memories of their childhood. Macklemore's Christmas song photo fits right in. The rapper posted a nostalgic snap from 1991 of his childhood in Emerald City on the 'gram, and it's totally relatable to us millennials. 

Dressed in an oversized jersey, wearing his cap backward, and rocking out by a "lit" Christmas tree, the American rapper, whose real name is Benjamin Hammond Haggerty, shared a sweet memory over the weekend.

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Cartoons are for adults too, and it gets especially interesting when your city is featured in one. Everything from the Emerald City's bars to museums has made appearances on shows like The Simpsons one too many times. Seattle was on South Park last night, and Redditers had more than a thing to say about it. 

It all started when a Reddit user posted an Imgur shot of a scene from season 23, episode 10 titled "Christmas Snow." Barefooted people in (very) colorful clothes seemed to be staging a demonstration on Seattle's streets for "legal cocaine." 

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