- Meghan Markle is rumored to have faked her pregnancy
- Meghan Markle is accused of hiding Prince Harry and Archie on Valentine's Day
- The Sussexes didn't post a new photo on Valentine's Day
Meghan Markle’s pregnancy has been a source of speculation throughout the past couple of months. And even though her son, Archie, is already 10 months old, some royal fans are still convinced that the Duchess of Sussex was never pregnant with him.
On Twitter, some netizens couldn’t also help but wonder if there’s something going on between Markle and Prince Harry behind closed doors because they were awfully quiet on Valentine’s Day.
“I’ve never seen a lady this pregnant, squatting, in high heels, and in a tight dress ever, anywhere in the world and I’m a mother. It’s time to ask serious questions about #MeghanMarkle’s pregnancy, #Archie and the lack of even a pic on #ValentinesDay #Megxit should include #Instagram,” Twitter user @aliya_Hshah wrote.
The same Twitter user was so convinced that Markle faked her pregnancy that she even posted a follow-up tweet.
“How do you go from being this pregnant to sitting down with @Edward_Enninful at @BritishVogue. And listen to finely crafted sycophancy and insert the script of #Commonwealth, #sustainable #fashion and still post the sickening hyperbole on Instagram? #MeghanMarkle? #Megxit? Anyone?” she wrote.
Twitter user @Oxfarm seemingly came to Markle’s defense by saying that her photo on the right side of the post was taken in August 2019, post-partum. But @Aliya_Hshah couldn’t get over her theory.
“It’s now 10 months post-partum. Where’s the baby and where’s the husband? After Tutu Me too Tea Party, only two photoshopped pics of Archie emerged. #ValentinesDay loved up family pic? We’re all being cushioned,” she wrote.
“Their baby, their business,” Twitter user @Oxfarm fired back.
In the past, Markle was accused of faking her pregnancy by wearing a strap-on moon bump. Other critics were convinced that she hired a surrogate for Archie but didn’t want the entire world to know.
According to Grazia Daily, Markle’s pregnancy became so controversial that there was a 1650% increase in global searches on the subject within the past 90 days.