Nothing screams “disguise” like a wig, glasses and a mustache.
Some Twitter users are convinced that Meghan Markle showed up to Saturday’s coronation of King Charles III in disguise, despite her staying in California with children Archie and Lilibet.
Keen observers took particular notice of one standout guest among the crowd of 2,200 at Westminster Abbey, arguing that the attendee looked like he was covering up his identity.
One person even suggested it could be the Duchess of Sussex, 41, sneaking her way into the event.
“[Meghan], you’re not fooling us…” they wrote on Twitter.
Someone else joked it was “Snowpiercer” actress Tilda Swinton, 62, “deep in character.”
“Looks like a character from guess who!” another quipped.
“Just wait until the polyjuice potion wears off,” one user commented, referring to transformation potion from “Harry Potter.”
But it turns out the white-grey hair and mustache were not a disguise at all.
The man pictured is Sir Karl Jenkins, a legendary composer whose work was played during the ceremony.
He recently told the BBC he was “honored” to have a part in the coronation.
“It obviously sums up Welsh culture — the harp — and he [King Charles III] has always supported Welsh music,” said Jenkins, 79.
“I don’t know whether he chose it, but he was happy to have it there. I know he likes it, otherwise he wouldn’t have asked me,” he added.
A few viral theories have arisen from Saturday’s festivities, including “emergency Camillas” arriving just in case, the “grim reaper” showing up to the ceremony, and Princess Charlotte being the late Princess Diana’s doppelgänger.
Markle was not in attendance, as Prince Harry, 38, arrived to Charles’ coronation solo.
This was the first time he had seen his father since he released his bombshell memoir, “Spare,” in January.
A source told The Post that Harry left the church Saturday after the coronation service and went straight to Heathrow Airport.
The Duke of Sussex will make it home to California in time for son Archie’s 4th birthday party, the source added.