Royal followers are confident that Meghan Markle is pregnant with her second child. Speculations about her pregnancy grew rife earlier today as eagle-eyed fans spotted the duchess wearing the same blue dress that she wore during her first pregnancy.

As soon as Prince Harry and Meghan landed in South Africa, a series of photos of the royal couple was released online to mark the first day of their much-touted South African tour. Eagle-eyed fans immediately took to social media to make claims about her pregnancy, especially since the blue dress she’s wearing in the photos was one of the maternity dresses she wore back when she was still pregnant with Baby Archie Harrison.

To some, wearing the same dress might have been Meghan’s way of subtly confirming her pregnancy. “I think Meghan Markle is already pregnant again,” one Twitter user wrote. “Okay, stand down.”

Some royal followers seemed to be so certain about Meghan’s pregnancy that they even placed their guesses on the Duchess of Sussex’s due date. “I’m gonna call it now, Meghan Markle is pregnant again and due around May next year again,” another Twitter user wrote.

Rumors of Meghan carrying her second child with Prince Harry started to surface just a few months after she gave birth to Archie. Some reports even claimed that she and Kate Middleton are both due to give birth next year and that the Palace is now panicking over how to announce their pregnancies. Despite the reports, however, both Prince Harry and Meghan have neither denied nor confirmed the rumors.

With Meghan wearing a maternity dress during her South Africa tour, it’s understandable why royal followers are now in frenzy. One royal follower even noted on Twitter that she had seen Meghan’s pregnancy in her dream, suggesting that the rumors are true.

“Ok, I’m saying it now — I had a dream that Prince Harry, Duke of Sussex, told me that Meghan Markle, Duchess of Sussex, was pregnant, and she was announcing it on Tuesday,” the fan wrote.

However, Prince Harry and Meghan have yet to confirm the pregnancy rumors. Thus, royal fans are advised to take these speculations with a grain of salt.

Prince Harry and Meghan Markle Prince Harry, Duke of Sussex, and Meghan, Duchess of Sussex, arrive at the residence of King Mohammed VI of Morocco ahead of an audience with him in Rabat on February 25, 2019, in Rabat, Morocco. Yui Mok - Pool/Getty Images