An "insane" conspiracy theory surrounding Meghan Markle is beginning to work its way through social media.
The story stems from a weekend photo of the former "Suits" actress greeting mourners at Windsor Castle following the death of Queen Elizabeth II. Social media users noticed a square object protruding from under Meghan's black dress, and several of those same Twitter users immediately felt the Duchess was wearing a secret microphone.
According to the bizarre theory, Meghan was nefariously recording conversations and information for her Netflix series. A source close to Meghan said there's not an ouch of truth to the claim.
"This is insane and actually damaging to her. Of course she was not wearing a mic," a source told Page Six on Tuesday, Sept. 13.
Naturally, the statement has done little to quell the Meghan muckrakers.
"Is Meghan markle wearing a mic to use the queens death for her Netflix reality show?," one person said. Without evidence, another person insisted, "I can't believe she is recording this. She is just a vile and toxic woman. I hope King Charles has told Harry she is not to come to the funeral."
Of course, several others backed Prince Harry's wife and shamed the critics.
"Nothing creepy about zooming in on a photo of a woman's clothing in this manner, not at all," one person sarcastically tweeted.
At the time of the Queen's death, Harry and Meghan, who live in California, were coincidentally already in Britain to attend the WellChild Awards in London. Upon getting word that Her Majesty was on her deathbed, Harry headed to her Balmoral Estate in Scotland to be by his grandmother's side. Meghan, though, stayed back in England. After the death, Harry returned to London.
It's widely expected the couple will remain in the United Kingdom until after Her Majesty's funeral.