Trisha Paytas welcomes baby week after being forced to deny giving birth to Queen Elizabeth II

Emma Guinness

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Trisha Paytas welcomes baby week after being forced to deny giving birth to Queen Elizabeth II

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Trisha Paytas has revealed that they've had their baby girl a week after denying that their then-unborn baby was the reincarnation of Queen Elizabeth II.

The 34-year-old YouTuber, who is non-binary, revealed the happy news on Thursday (September 15) with a montage of pictures of themselves, their partner, Moses Hacmon, and their newborn daughter, Malibu Barbie Paytas-Hacmon.

They captioned the adorable snaps: "She has arrived. Meet our daughter, Malibu Barbie Paytas-Hacmon, born 09.14.22."

It was rumoured that Malibu Barbie was the reincarnation of the Queen. Credit: Instagram / trishapaytasbackup
It was rumoured that Malibu Barbie was the reincarnation of the Queen. Credit: Instagram / trishapaytasbackup

The tot, who was born on Wednesday (September 14) became the subject of a bizarre internet theory in the wake of Queen Elizabeth's death last Thursday (September 8).

It all went down when Paytas appeared to suggest that they were in labour after revealing they were '1 cm dilated' on social media.

The revelation was made last Thursday as the world watched with baited breath as the Palace announced that there were real concerns for the Queen's health.

Her eventual death was then announced that evening, spawning the unusual theory that the monarch was going to be immediately reincarnated as Paytas' baby.

Malibu was born on Wednesday (September 14). Credit: Instagram / trishapaytasbackup
Malibu was born on Wednesday (September 14). Credit: Instagram / trishapaytasbackup

The YouTuber described the internet as a 'weird place' as they shut down rumours that their then-unborn child was the reincarnation of the late monarch.

They wrote: "Well this is awkward… to have to announce that I'm still VERY much pregnant and have NOT given birth.

"I almost felt sad yesterday to tell people this. The internet is a weird place. I don't know how any of those rumours started or why?"

The YouTuber confirmed they were still pregnant at the time after the rumour. Credit: Instagram / trishapaytasbackup
The YouTuber confirmed they were still pregnant at the time after the rumour. Credit: Instagram / trishapaytasbackup

They continued: "Sorry to the royal family and my baby. Felt weird to say anything at all. But so many people IRL that we know, had been texting and calling about this. 

"Including my dad who felt out of the loop as if I wouldn't text him when I was going into labor.

"Still don't know what to say. Other than - I'm still pregnant. And when I do give birth, we will announce it. Condolences to the royal family. It's very disheartening to hear of the Queen's passing.

"For people genuinely excited for us, can we keep that same energy for the next week? It was very kind and nice to hear but will be even more fun when baby is here with us."

The rumours about Paytas' then-unborn baby were so rife on Thursday that one fan of the YouTuber actually learned about the Queen's death because of them.

They wrote: "I still can't believe I found out about the Queen dying through Trisha Paytas baby reincarnation memes."

The monarch passed away at her Scottish home, Balmoral, at the age of 96, passing on the crown to her son, King Charles III, 73.

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Emma Guinness
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