Speculation arose among viewers of the coronation ceremony when they spotted a mysterious man with peculiar hair, glasses, and a mustache, leading some to believe it was Meghan Markle in disguise. Despite staying in California with her children Archie and Lilith, some Twitter users entertained the idea that Markle had secretly attended the event.
Imagine a scenario where the entire world is invited to a family event, and everyone is discussing it, but you are the only one who chooses to stay home alone. Would you consider donning a disguise and joining the event anyway? Certain Twitter users strongly believed this was precisely what Meghan Markle did during King Charles III’s coronation ceremony.
Megan, you’re not fooling us… pic.twitter.com/Ni5wh27keT
— Bob Cryer (@bobbicee) May 6, 2023
The wig, glasses, and mustache combination evoked the image of a woman dressed as a man, fueling the conviction that Markle attempted to pass off as a male attendee at the crowning ceremony. However, the truth soon emerged that the individual in question was not Markle, but rather Sir Carl Jenkins, a renowned 70-year-old composer whose work was featured during the ceremony.
This peculiar theory was not the sole conspiracy surrounding the event. Prince Harry, who arrived at the ceremony and promptly returned to the United States, was seated behind his aunt Princess Anne. Unfortunately for him, Anne’s hat, adorned with a large feather, obscured his presence. Observant surfers could not ignore this oversight and quickly spread a story suggesting that the palace intentionally positioned Harry behind the feather to keep him out of sight.
“Was he deliberately seated behind Anne to hide him behind her ostentatious hat?” wondered one user, while another remarked, “Thank you, Princess Anne, for the strategically placed feather.”
However, these theories pale in comparison to a more unsettling observation made by some viewers. They noticed two women seated next to Queen Camilla who bore an uncanny resemblance to her, sparking hypotheses about their purpose.
— Beth (@CesPetitsRiens) May 6, 2023
Although these women may have appeared as clones of Camilla, they were, in fact, her sister Annabel Elliot and a close friend and companion of the Queen, Lady Lansdowne. The reason behind their striking resemblance remains unclear, but let’s set that aside for now.
Why is the Grim Reaper at the Coronation celebrations !! pic.twitter.com/KK1jexTYrI
— Neil 1878 Wood (@legendweaver) May 6, 2023
If these events weren’t eerie enough, some individuals even claimed to have witnessed the presence of the Angel of Death at the ceremony. While some believed it to be the ghost of the late Queen Elizabeth II or Princess Diana, both of whom had potential reasons for discontent with the event, oddly enough, nobody suggested that it could have been Meghan Markle in disguise.