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Meghan Markle’s health during an alleged pregnancy has been called into question by a tabloid. Here, she is pictured during her visit to Dublin, Ireland on July 11, 2018. Andrew Parsons-Pool/Getty Images

She’s been spotted drinking champagne during some of her royal duties, but that hasn’t stopped the rumor mill from continually churning out a large number of stories trying to claim that Meghan Markle is pregnant with Prince Harry’s child.

Since Markle and Prince Harry married on May 19, the newly-minted Duchess of Sussex has been the subject of unrelenting pregnancy rumors. Now, despite being spotted during her recent tour of Ireland drinking champagne, more reports have surfaced which question the health of both her and her unborn baby, as well as ones which claim she won’t be going through her pregnancy alone.

One report from In Touch claimed that both Markle and her sister-in-law, the Duchess of Cambridge, are expecting at the same time, though the story has been shut down by Gossip Cop as being absolutely false.

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A new report claims that Meghan Markle and Kate Middleton are both pregnant at the same time. Pictured: The Duchess of Sussex, Prince Harry, Duke of Sussex, Prince William, Duke of Cambridge and Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge watch the RAF flypast from the balcony of Buckingham Palace in London on July 10, 2018. Chris Jackson/Getty Images

That report contends that the two women are in fact pregnant at the same time and that Kate Middleton and Prince William are expecting their fourth child to be a girl, while Markle and Prince Harry will be expecting twins. Even more so, the magazine claimed that the two women were even expecting to deliver at the same time.

“Meghan conceived just a few weeks after Kate,” an alleged source told the magazine, claiming that “They could give birth the same day,” because multiples, as Markle is reportedly expecting, are often delivered early.

However, as Gossip Cop pointed out, the story is false for several reasons. Markle was not only drinking champagne during her recent trip to Ireland, l but reportedly shared a half pint of Guinness with her husband as well, and drinking alcohol is not something that’s recommended for pregnant women. It is also noteworthy that several outlets have been claiming for two months that Markle is expecting twins, but there has never been any proof to suggest that it is true.

As for Middleton, Gossip Cop pointed out that it would be highly unlikely she would be pregnant again just a few months shy of Prince Louis’ birth, especially since her other three pregnancies were all spaced out over the course of a few years. Again, it’s also notable that the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge have never revealed the sex of their children ahead of their births, so it would seem even more unlikely now that if they were expecting another child, that they would reveal that it was a girl so quickly.

A second report from The Globe also contends that Markle is pregnant, but that the situation has become a nightmare behind the scenes because she is "wasting away under the stress of royal life” and is only 98 pounds. Again, the report was refuted by Gossip Cop.

Sources in that report claimed that Markle was “skeletal” and “shrinking in size,” and that everyone was fearing for both her and the baby’s lives.

“We’re terrified for her—and the baby...She’s pin-thin like someone who’s starving herself, which is no good for her or the child,” the source said.

Again, however, the report was deemed false, with the only proof that was seen in the article being photos of Markle at recent events, claiming she had both a “bony body” and a “blossoming figure,” which are not proof of a health crisis or a pregnancy.