Recent photos of Kate Middleton have opened room for speculation that the Duchess of Cambridge is 'on something'.
According to a post on Twitter, by the account @MeghansDevotee, a collage of the Princess of Wales showed the royal with expressions that made her look aged.
"Is Kate Middleton on something? Her weird and deeply unsettling grimaces definitely leave room for speculation ... and it gets worse every time she appears in public," the tweet read.
The photos caused an explosion of all kinds of speculation as some believed that the royal was habitual of drinking alcohol, as she appeared to look aged.
"I hear she's never without a gin and tonic in her hand," one user wrote.
"Definitely ! Mixed with alcohol," another mused.
Meanwhile other comments alluded that 'something' was being 'slipped' in her system.
"Probably he’s slipping her something. The whole family is evil except for Harry and Meghan," the user commented.
"KHate has been on something for a long time. Those inappropriate laughs are telling," another opined.
Others predicted that the Duchess of Cambridge was undergoing secret cosmetic procedures that didn't necessarily result in the best outcome.
"What's going on . It's like she's aging in seconds," one commented.
"I've been wondering. Why is the hair so thick? Her face looks a bit swollen, her eyes wide open, and bandaid on her fingers, weight loss. They should have her checked," another noted.
"Botox and fillers, plus a wig," one simple opined.
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