Meghan Markle is rumored to be struggling with depression and weight gain after the birth of her son, Archie Harrison Mountbatten-Windsor. The adorable 2-month-old royal was born on May 6.

A tabloid published a story about the Duchess of Sussex and claimed that she can’t stop crying because of her recent struggles. The tabloid paired their story with a photo of Meghan seemingly bawling her eyes out.

The tabloid’s shocking claims went as far as saying that the “Suits” alum has turned into a compulsive eating machine and that she gained 37 pounds since Archie’s birth. The unnamed source also dubbed Prince Harry’s wife as “chubby” and said that she barely goes out of her house.

Additionally, the unnamed source said that Meghan has been diagnosed with postpartum depression and this has prevented her from getting out of her bed. The only comfort that the former actress gets is from consuming sugary baked goods.

“Prince Harry’s pleading with Meghan to see specialists, but all she wants to do is sit in her room, sob and wolf down sweets,” the source said. However, rumor-debunking site Gossip Cop has clarified that none of these claims are correct.

Gossip Cop pointed out that the photo of Meghan on the cover of the tabloid, which shows her crying, came from one of her scenes from “Suits.” Prince Harry’s wife played the role of Rachel Zane in the hit television show for several seasons. 

The rumor-debunking site also pointed out the fact that Meghan has actually gone out of her bed a handful of times since the birth of her son. In fact, even if she’s still on maternity leave, she still attended the Trooping the Colour last month.

Last week, Meghan and Prince Harry also attended an exhibition game between the New York Yankees and the Boston Red Sox at the London Stadium. Photos showed that Meghan has lost a considerable amount of weight compared to when she stepped out in public two days after Archie's birth. 

Gossip Cop also noted the fact that the tabloid did not name their source. This suggests that the story may have just been made up.

Meghan Markle Meghan, Duchess of Sussex, visits New Zealand House to sign a book of condolence on behalf of the Royal Family following the recent terror attack which saw at least 50 people killed at a Mosque in Christchurch on March 19, 2019, in London, England. Max Mumby/Indigo/Getty Images