Fans are convinced the Duke and Duchess of Sussex were "cut out" of a family photo of the royals during the Festival of Remembrance.
Kensington Palace posted a string of photos from the event, which took place on Saturday, including one of the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge alongside the Queen.
Prince Charles, his wife Camilla and Princess Anne were also seen in the picture. You can see it here.
However, the photo appeared to be cut off just where Prince Harry and his wife Meghan were standing.
The couple were seated in the row behind Kate and William on the opposite side of the royal box.
Why must everything be a battle or competition?
Many fans were quick to ask why Meghan and Harry weren't visible in the image.
One person said: "They cut out Meghan and Harry in the pic? How nice."
Another wrote: "Where is Meghan and Harry?"
A third commented: "Don’t think we didn’t notice how Meghan and Harry are cropped out of the balcony photo."
However, others were quick to slam the trolls.
One person said: "How sad that some trolls are using this important occasion to show us their vile side."
Another added: "Why must everything be a battle or competition? Leave these brothers alone!"
One wrote: "Kate and William aren't in charge of running or posting on this account so please stop."
During the Festival of Remembrance, some viewers questioned why the two couples were sat on opposite sides of the royal box. And there's a very simple explanation for it.
The Royal Family were positioned in order of precedence, with the Queen sat in the centre of the front row.
First in line to the throne, Prince Charles, sat to the Queen's left while Prince William, second in line to the throne, sat next to Her Majesty's right side with Duchess Kate.
Harry, who is sixth in line to the throne, and Meghan were seated in the row behind.
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