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Trolls Slam Meghan Markle For Cradling Her Baby Bump Too Much!

Trolls Slam Meghan Markle Cradling Baby Bump Too Much
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Dec. 12 2018, Published 10:43 a.m. ET

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Internet haters just can't stop slamming Meghan Markle!

It seems no matter what the Duchess of Sussex does, trolls are always there to point out her flaws. The latest? She cradles her baby bump way too much!

Moments after the pregnant star made a surprise appearance at the British Fashion Awards and took the stage in a black Givenchy gown that showed off her growing bump, Twitter trolls began to hate.

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"#Meghan. We know you are pregnant. You can stop holding onto the bump with both hands now. It won't fall off," wrote one user.

"Who holds their stomach like that?" tweeted another.

The mean remarks came after several photos of Markle, 37, smiling onstage at the ritzy event were released. In them, the royal looked happy while cradling her bump and chatting with friends.

"Umm has anyone else noticed Meghan Markle has been overdoing the baby bump thing? Like we get that you're pregnant and not fat..." wrote a troll.

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"Meghan Markle needs to desperately stop holding her baby bump because it's not as if everyone doesn't already know," tweeted another. readers know the former Suits actress is carrying her and Prince Harry's first child, and she's quite far along! Though they have not yet revealed the sex of the baby, sources say the love birds are hoping for a little girl!

What do you think about haters' reaction to Meghan Markle cradling her baby bump? Sound off below!

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