THIS is how I see it....
The Skrull Empress finds Jessica and tries to kill and replace her. However, Jessica kill her but she is faced with a dillema... how in perdition can she replace an alien species, especially a religious zealot? Whatever info Fury has on the Skrulls is codswallop next to the real deal. And human technology pales in comparison to Skrull technology for infiltration.
Somehow...somewhere..sometime...Jessica cuts a deal with...Morgan Le Fay, who uses her darkest magic to disguise Jessica as a Skrull, replete with the nuances and dialects that the Empress used. Kind of like a Doctor Strange spell but cast by a master sorceress of many realms.
Obviously, this sort of thing would come with SO many costs, in blood and in soul, but Jessica seems used to making these deals with the devils, it would appear. So it wouldn't seem that out of the ordinary for her to do such a dastardly act to save the species....
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