In late 2018 and early 2019, a theory circulated on the internet claiming that Meghan Markle really wasn’t pregnant.
Since the Duchess of Sussex began to figure in the royal family has earned many detractors who once took their theories against Meghan to the limit and were making noise with various hypotheses of an alleged false pregnancy of the wife of Prince Harry.
Meghan Markle fake pregnancy
In October, Kensington Palace announced that Harry and Meghan would be parents for the first time, five months after their wedding. From that moment on the internet began to forge a theory that for many were far-fetched, but for others sounded quite convincing. Here are some of those theories that have circulated on the Internet.
Why did Meghan’s belly look different?
Netizens believed that Meghan was wearing a fake pregnant belly. Some claimed that sometimes it looked too square, and other times it seems to look smaller. However, clothing choices and angles could easily be responsible for these alleged changes.
Why was Meghan always touching her belly?
Meghan was widely criticized for touching her belly too much. Some said it was a way to connect with her baby, while her detractors insisted it could be because Meghan wanted to make sure her prosthetic bump stayed in place.
Meghan’s belly was disappearing?
That effect was all about angles, clothing and even the way the wind blew Meghan’s dress, but for theorists Meghan’s pregnancy was fake because sometimes it didn’t show and sometimes it “deflated.”
Meghan wasn’t bloated during her pregnancy?
The Duchess of Sussex was a very lucky pregnant woman, but that was suspicious to conspiracy theorists as they did not see swollen ankles or round face in the early months. For the netizens all women are the same and their bodies respond the same to pregnancy.
Meghan could stand up unaided
During a visit to an animal welfare charity, the Duchess of Sussex bent down to play with puppies. The mom-to-be made it look easy, which raised suspicions that she was faking her pregnancy. Apparently the theorists didn’t know that every woman is different and not all have the same problems.
Two months later the internet exploded again when Meghan Markle was photographed bending over and standing up on her own in March 2019, at New Zealand House.