According to National Enquirer, royal critics were shocked when they saw Meghan Markle wrapped in layers of clothing considering the sun was out during her four-day trip with Prince Harry.
Now, a source for the tabloid is claiming that Markle wore layers of clothes to hide the 30 pounds that she couldn’t seem to lose.
Even though it’s been four months since she gave birth to her daughter Lilibet Diana, the source said that Markle is struggling to go back to her 112-pound weight.
The source also claimed that Prince Harry and Markle went to New York to secretly record clips for their upcoming Netflix documentary.
Even though they were invited to go to the Big Apple for an entirely different reason, the Duke and Duchess of Sussex, allegedly, decided to hit two birds with one stone.
“Why she packed a winter wardrobe is a mystery. Both Harry and Meghan were spotted hiding microphone wires under their clothing, likely secretly recording content for a documentary as part of their $100 million Netflix deal. But Meghan could have done that with any outfit,” the source said.
The tabloid then speculated that Meghan Markle must have been trying to hide her growing baby bump at the time.
“It seems she wanted to hide her weight gain but choosing bulky, out-of-season clothing just brought attention she didn’t want. If she’d worn body-sculpting shapewear like all Hollywood stars do, she could have kept her baby bump struggle secret,” the source said.
The insider also alleged that Markle ballooned to 175 pounds when she was pregnant with her daughter. After giving birth, she managed to lose around 30 pounds, but she can’t get rid of the other 30 pounds that she gained.
Even though it’s true that Meghan Markle gained some weight, there’s no reason to shame her for it.
After all, she just gave birth to her daughter, and her metabolism must have slowed down because she’s now in her 40s.
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