A 79-year-old Welsh composer has debunked rumors he was Meghan Markle in disguise at King Charles' coronation: 'I look this fashion on a regular basis'

  • King Charles’ coronation happened at Westminster Abbey on Could 6 in London, UK. 
  • Throughout the royal occasion, one attendee sparked rumors that they had been Meghan Markle in disguise.
  • Sir Karl Jenkins has now debunked the parable, clarifying that he’s not, in truth, Meghan.

Whereas it was a historic occasion steeped in custom and celebratory pomp, the coronation of King Charles III was additionally full of lighter moments, resembling Katy Perry wanting misplaced at Westminster Abbey, Prince Louis yawning in the course of the ceremony, and, after all, the rumor Meghan Markle turned up in disguise. 

Hypothesis about Meghan’s attainable attendance cropped up on social media on Could 6 when coronation watchers grew to become suspicious of a person inside Westminster Abbey sporting a handlebar mustache, a mullet, and aviator sun shades.

Regardless of Buckingham Palace confirming previous to the coronation that the Duchess of Sussex wouldn’t be attending, many viewers appeared satisfied the person at Westminster Abbey was Meghan in costume. 

One Twitter person shared a screenshot of the broadcast, captioning it: “Meghan, you are not fooling us…” As of Thursday, the tweet has amassed over 4,800 likes and 420,000 views. 


Nonetheless, the person in query has since recognized himself and is clearing up any remaining hypothesis that he was Meghan in disguise.

Sir Karl Jenkins, a 79-year-old famend Welsh composer who wrote music for Charles’ coronation, took to TikTok to debunk the parable on Tuesday.


“I perceive there was lots of curiosity in me since I appeared on the coronation of King Charles III,” Jenkins mentioned within the clip. “I used to be fairly shocked that some individuals thought I used to be Meghan Markle in disguise.”

He additionally famous that there was different hypothesis on-line that he would possibly’ve been there to “steal the crown jewels.”

“I look this fashion on a regular basis,” he added, with fun. “I’ve had the mustache since I used to be 18 years outdated. It was very fashionable then. In order that’s me, nothing sinister about it or stunning in any respect.”

Although the rumors have now been cleared up, some TikTok customers commented that Jenkins’ video is strictly what Meghan in disguise would say. 

Others mentioned they weren’t satisfied but as they hadn’t seen Jenkins and Meghan in the identical room. 

“We can’t inform on you Meg,” one other commented.