Royal baby conspiracy theorists says there's now PROOF Meghan’s pregnancy was fake

They have produced a list of evidence.

Editor / May 08 2019

Meghan Markle conspiracy theorists have launched a new attack in a bid to ‘prove’ that Meghan was never pregnant and the royal baby has a surrogate mother.

Sounds crazy, right?

But ever since the Duchess of Sussex announced she was pregnant in October, internet trolls have accused Meghan of wearing a series of prosthetic bumps as a cover. They claim the baby has been born to a DIFFERENT mother and has now been given to Meghan.

Now, they are using the hashtag #Megxit, to discredit the new bub.

Their reasoning is centred on a some new so-called 'facts' that they claim prove Meghan was never pregnant.

These include:

The EXACT unknown location of the birth

Why Buckingham Palace announced Meghan had gone into labour at 2pm, when the baby was delivered more than eight hours earlier at 5.26am.

Birth announcement NOT being signed by a doctor, compared to those of Prince George, Princess Charlotte and Prince Louis. 

 

Prince Harry and Meghan's son had no doctor's signature on his birth announcement

Prince Harry and Meghan's son had no doctor's signature on his birth announcement

George, Charlotte and Louis all had their births officiated by royal doctors.

George, Charlotte and Louis all had their births officiated by royal doctors.

 

One person wrote: ‘Secret location, no medical team, announcement of labour hours after the birth, Scotland Yard escort that not a single person saw… WTF? Are they having us on?’

Even the language of Baby Sussex’s notice was picked apart.

One person wrote on Twitter: ‘The words “share the news” implies the British Royal Family was informed about the delivery rather than being a witness to the fact.’

Poor Meghan and Harry were bombarded on royal social media throughout her pregnancy with hurtful allegations her pregnancy was fake. 

Posting abuse using a number of hashtags, notably #fakepregnancy and #moonbump, anti-Meghan followers were convinced her baby bump was fake. 

 

 

 

 

One posted a series of photographs to the #moonbump hashtag intended to cast doubt on whether Meghan is actually pregnant, adding: “She is wearing #moonbump!

“Her tummy was deflated and then swollen again as she moves around. Im a mother of 2. 

“No 6-months pregnant women still can do squatting and stand up smoothly (even they are yogis) and still wearing high heels.”‏

Another added, “All the newspapers are making ever so subtle digs... Come on be brave!! She's dying her hair, still having fillers and BOTOX because she's got a #surrogate #moonbump and this #fakepregnancy puts Beyonce and Amal to shame! Tell the truth!!!”

It's thought that tonight the royal baby will make his debut appearance to the media, and his name will be announced. Hopefully then, all speculation will be put to a rest and the new family can start their life together. 

 

What do you think of these fake pregnancy rumours??

Frances Sheen has been a magazine and website journalist & editor for the last 20 years - both in Australia and the UK. She's appeared on countless TV and radio shows to discuss parenting and launched her own social media parenting brand. She's the mum of two little girls and juggles that with a busy working life.