Trisha Paytas has once and for all put those ‘weird’ rumours to bed, and confirmed that they are still pregnant and haven’t given birth.
The Youtuber, who identifies as non-binary, took to Instagram on Friday to clear things up, after a rumour circulated online following the Queen’s death on Thursday.
Queen Elizabeth II died yesterday, with Buckingham Palace issuing a statement shortly after 6.30pm.
Not long later, fans began circulating rumours online that Trisha’s baby was the ‘reincarnation’ of the Queen, with some even saying that the 34-year-old had named their baby after the late monarch.
But now, Trisha has apologised to the royal family and addressed the ‘weird’ rumours.
They posted on Instagram: ‘Well this is awkward… to have to announce that I’m still VERY much pregnant and have NOT given birth.
‘I almost felt sad yesterday to tell people this. The internet is a weird place. I don’t know how any of those rumors started or why?
‘Sorry to the royal family and my baby. Felt weird to say anything at all. But so many people IRL that we know, had been texting and calling about this. Including my dad who felt out of the loop as if I wouldn’t text him when I was going into labor.
‘Still don’t know what to say. Other than – I’m still pregnant. And when I do give birth, we will announce it.’
Rumours began circulating on social media after Trisha announced yesterday that they were 1cm dilated, tweeting: ‘1cm dilated! Woo hoo!’
Their post came hours before Buckingham Palace announced: ‘The Queen died peacefully at Balmoral this afternoon. The King and The Queen Consort will remain at Balmoral this evening and will return to London tomorrow.’
Trisha’s fans then took to social media to circulate a rumour that the baby would be a reincarnation of the Queen.
‘If Trisha Paytas’s baby is the Queen reincarnate, then I suppose that means Trisha is now the Queen mother,’ one person wrote, while another penned: ‘I still can’t believe I found out about the Queen dying through Trisha Paytas baby reincarnation memes.’
Trisha announced they’re expecting the first child with husband Moses Hacmon on Valentine’s Day earlier this year.
The OnlyFans star had shared the exciting news with their followers on Instagram, posting a photo of their scan and adding: ‘love at first [heart] beat #happyvalentinesday’.
They also added a video of them watching the baby on the ultrasound machine, as well as holding up three positive pregnancy tests as they beamed with joy.
Trisha and Moses also proudly held their scan photo aloft in the last picture, with the news being even sweeter after Trisha previously revealed they were unable to have children.
The YouTuber previously revealed they were unlikely to be able to conceive due to being diagnosed with pelvic inflammatory disease, which they had due to a bout of sexually transmitted disease chlamydia from having unprotected sex.
Trisha had previously had to decide whether or not to have a hysterectomy but decided against it as they were only in their late teens at the time.