A number of social media users have taken to Twitter (with #Megxit) to claim that the Duchess of Sussex, Meghan Markle is isn’t actually pregnant – and that she’s in fact wearing a prosthetic bump.
Back in October, Kensington Palace announced the exciting royal news. The announcement via Twitter told that Meghan Markle and Prince Harry were expecting their first child in the spring of 2019. The news got many people thrilled about it and have been congratulating the couple and celebrating the upcoming birth ever since.
However it seems there are some, who just can’t accept that the Duke and Duchess of Sussex are expecting a child anytime soon.
Recently, on Twitter it has revealed that some people have become convinced that Meghan, 37, is faking her pregnancy.
The trolls have even started with a hashtag for their posts, likening the whole thing to the shambles of Brexit by using #Megxit.
Many have posted pictures of the Meghan Markle’s baby bump and claimed that it isn’t real, suggesting it is merely a fake bump.
— AllThingsRoyal (@things_royal) January 24, 2019
— TeaLipstickCeleb (@CelebLipstick) January 25, 2019
You are so right, like any real mum, but Meghan's not carrying a baby. Besides she has previously stated she did not want to gain weight that's why she had her ex-husband sign a contract about the weight gain issue. So no she's not carrying a baby. The surrogate is.#megxit
— dpbrown1953 (@dpbrown1953) January 24, 2019
— Cranky1 🇺🇸✝️👀 (@PotCrank) January 25, 2019
Why would Megan fake her bump?? #Megxit
— cesc👑 (@itolec_) January 24, 2019
Here's something I just finished reading. Meghan wants to play the victim now…'poor little me, everyone is against me and I haven't done anything wrong but brought stardom to the Royals."https://t.co/fpJy8r54WC#megxit #NotMyDuchessEver
— dpbrown1953 (@dpbrown1953) January 20, 2019
The Duchess recently told a royal fan that she’s six months pregnant and revealed to another that she’s due around the end of April.
She also revealed that the couples don’t know if they’re having a boy or girl so is keeping the nursery ‘neutral’.
Meghan and Harry, who tied the knot in May 2018, are currently renovating the £3million Frogmore Cottage on the grounds of Windsor Castle where they plan to raise their little one.
Meghan is said to be focused on making sure everything is perfect in their new home and is thought to be using a vegan, toxic-free paint to decorate the baby’s nursery.