Celebrities attract all kinds of wacky rumors and conspiracy theories, and that goes for the royal family too. The internet’s latest wild theory is that Meghan Markle is faking her pregnancy. Like all good conspiracy theories, commenters discuss the supposed “proof” that the Duchess of Sussex is wearing a fake baby bump.

1. Her bump looks different. Conspiracy theorists are using the hashtag #MoonBump and #MagicBabyBump because they believe Meghan must be using a fake bump. Sometimes it looks too square, and sometimes it looks smaller. However, clothing choices and angles could easily be responsible for these supposed “changes.”

2. Her bump disappears. Again, this could be about angles, clothing and even the way the wind blows Meghan’s dress, but theorists claim the “fake” baby bump actually falls or deflates in some photos, like when she and Prince Harry left Birkenhead Town Hall earlier this month.

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Some photos make Meghan Markle's baby bump look less prominent. The Duke and Duchess of Sussex are pictured leaving Birkenhead Town Hall on Jan. 14, 2019 in Birkenhead, England. Richard Martin-Roberts/Getty Images

3. She can get up without help. During a visit to an animal charity recently, the Duchess of Sussex bent down to play with pups. The mom-to-be made it look easy, further raising suspicions of the #MoonBump believers.

4. She isn’t swollen. Meghan is one of the lucky pregnant women who only have a bump, and of course, that’s suspicious to the conspiracy theorists. There’s no swollen ankles or full face, though swelling could start in her third trimester.

5. She touches the bump. The former actress keeps getting criticized for touching her bump too much. Some say it’s for attention while others insist it’s good for the baby. The Moon Bumpers think it could be because Meghan wants to make sure a prosthetic bump stays in place.

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Meghan Markle touches her baby bump while petting a dog at animal welfare charity Mayhew in London on Jan. 16, 2019. Eddie Mullholland/AFP/Getty Images

Despite some social media users believing its all fake to cover up a surrogate, most believe Meghan is actually pregnant. She and Prince Harry announced their pregnancy through Kensington Palace in October and are expected to welcome their child in either late April or early May. When Meghan revealed info about her due date, she also said that she and Harry are going to let the sex of the baby be a surprise.