The Duchess of Sussex is due to give birth in a matter of weeks.
But sick trolls are still taking to social media to accuse Meghan of faking her pregnancy by wearing a ”prosthetic bump’.
Some even theorise that the mother-to-be is using a surrogate to have her first child with Prince Harry, and claim she is always touching her stomach to ‘hold the fake bump in place’.
One YouTube account with over 30,000 subscribers has created a video that claims to provide ‘absolute proof’ Meghan is not really pregnant.
But while it might seem like a ridiculous theory to most, the footage has garnered 200,000 views, with other users commenting: ‘It is really disgusting how she is insulting everyone’s intelligence.’
Videos of the Duchess walking in slow motion are also being shared and analysed on Twitter and Facebook, with captions such as ‘the bump moves!’ and ‘proof there’s no bump’.
The trolls have started using the hashtag #moonbump, referring to the widely-contested 1969 moon landings, to talk about their theories.
Last week they went as far as sharing footage of actress Abigail Spencer, mistaking it for Meghan, as proof that the Duchess had ‘left her bump at home’ while in New York.
But many social media users are managing to drown out the trolls by jumping to the former Suits actress’ defence.
‘Seriously, why would she fake a pregnancy? This isn’t 1692 where an heir is needed,’ one person fumed.
Another wrote: ‘I’m so tired of all the hate displayed regarding Meghan Markle. How the hell do you fake a pregnancy?… to all the haters, for goodness sake, get a life!’
Meghan and Harry have now officially settled into married life at Frogmore cottage as they await the arrival of Baby Sussex, expected later this month.
The Duchess stated that she does not look at social media during a trip to King’s College London on International Women’s Day.
However, she and Harry recently made their Instagram debut with an official new account under the name of Sussex Royal.
Their 4.3 million followers have already been treated to nine posts about the couple’s life and charity work.