Others jumped on the pregnancy bandwagon due to the couple's decision of marrying in the spring - just months after the engagement.
Which in all fairness is not as Prince William and Kate Middleton announced their engagement in November 2010 and married in April 2011, so it follows a similar timeline.
In fact, it was Prince Harry who was trolled by Twitter users for being pregnant for the way he stood with his hand on his stomach.
This is not the first time the Suit's actress has been falsely claimed to be pregnant. A month before the announcement of their engagement, a tabloid reportedly claimed the couple to be expecting along with “first bump photos.”. To which Markle's rep exclusively stated, "Meghan is not pregnant" and that the "baby bump" was just due to the dress' positioning that actually taken in 2014 during the NYC Fashion Week.
During a TV interview, when asked about having kids, the Prince told BBC, "One step at a time and hopefully we’ll start a family in the near future.”
Looks like there won’t be any pitter-patter of tiny royal feet on the corridors of Buckingham Palace. We've already got a Royal baby due next year, let's not be greedy and wish for another. While no official announcement has been made, Kate Middleton, mum of two is expected to deliver her third child in March 2018.