Melania Trump's signature is eerily similar to President Trump's

Pamela Anderson recently tweeted an image of a note first lady Melania Trump had sent, thanking the actress and animal activist for sending her a faux-fur coat as a gift.

However, media outlets and other observers quickly turned their attention to the first lady's signature on the letter—specifically, its similarity to the way President Trump signs his name.

As handwriting expert Sheila Kurtz told Yahoo, "Hers looks just like his, which is absolutely amazing."

Both signatures have been described as spiky with thick black lines.

There has been speculation about the unusual likeness, with Uproxx's Kimberly Ricci writing, "Is President Trump answering his wife's letters? Did he sign this letter and keep the coat as a fancy bathrobe? Is he a fan of Baywatch? Lots of questions need to be answered here."

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Jan. 21 -- Video of Melania Trump during President Trump's inauguration sparks the hashtag #FreeMelania

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Jan. 27 -- Melania Trump wins early round in lawsuit over escort story

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Feb. 2 -- Melania Trump hires Lindsay Reynolds as chief of staff, announces when she and Barron will move to Washington 

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Feb. 5 -- Melania Trump watches the Super Bowl from Mar-a-Lago and photos reignite the #FreeMelania hashtag

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Feb. 7 -- Melania Trump settles defamation claim against blogger

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Feb. 11 -- Melania Trump welcomes Japanese first lady Akie Abe

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Feb. 14 -- Melania Trump will preserve Michelle Obama's garden at the White House

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Feb. 18 -- Melania opens President Trump's campaign rally with Lord's Prayer

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Feb. 28 -- Melania assists in giving FOX News hosts White House tour

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March 3 -- Melania Trump makes surprise visit to New York Presbyterian/Weill Cornell Medical Center

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March 6 -- First lady Melania Trump reopens the White House for tours

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March 9 -- Melania Trump talks immigrant status, gender equality at White House luncheon

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March 27 -- Melania Trump has chosen a communications director

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March 29 -- Melania Trump advocates for female empowerment at 'Women of Courage' Awards

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April 6 -- Melania Trump and Jordan’s Queen Rania visit DC girls charter school

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April 11 -- Melania Trump takes Barron, Tiffany Trump bowling in New York

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April 15 -- Melania Trump visits with victims of domestic violence in Florida

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April 17 -- Melania Trump hosts White House Easter Egg Roll

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However, the Washington Post reports that the first lady's signature may be the result of an autopen which it describes as "a device often used by public figures to sign letters from senders who couldn't possibly personally John Hancock all their correspondence."

Meanwhile, Kurtz said, "Maybe they brought someone in to show her how to do it or [it's] a stamp, but it is definitely stylized."

Regardless of the method that was used, she interpreted Melania's almost illegible signature style as an indication of a strong desire for privacy.

Handwriting experts have previously analyzed the unique way her husband signs his name. Certified analyst Kathi McKnight told US Weekly that "the razor sharp writing, full of points and wedges, reveals someone whose mind is extremely analytical."

Meanwhile, Tracey Trussell, a U.K.-based expert, is quoted as telling The Independent that "His signature transmits wild ambition, dynamism, bravery and fearlessness...He's hungry for power and has both determination and stubbornness in spades."

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