Stylist Jessica Mulroney is continuing to add fuel to the fire when it comes to rumors of a rift with Meghan Markle.
While the ladies were once inseparable, they reportedly had a falling out when the former was caught up in a white privilege scandal — and her recent activity on social media supports the theory that the duo are no longer on good terms.
To start, Mulroney didn't acknowledge the mother-of two's 40th birthday on August 4.
"Jess would post about the opening of an envelope, so the fact she’s the only one of Meghan’s close friends not to wish her a public happy birthday is definitely strange," the source noted to the Daily Mail.
"It is something which has certainly raised eyebrows. Yes, Jessica was always protective of her friendship with Meghan. But it was always something that was there, front and centre," they source continued. "You could tell how important it was to Jessica."
A few days prior to Markle's birthday, the fashionista made a cryptic post on Instagram — but she soon deleted it.
"I’ve spoken about mental illness for years as well as being a hard worker my whole life but never thought I’d have to go through intense treatment the way I did this year," Mulroney wrote. "I don’t blame anyone, any company who erased me without investigations or what the press made me go through."
"Just working on myself. All the pain is now in the past. Sending all of my followers ❤️ who have loved and supported me through this journey," she concluded. "It can be lonely having the world, friends distance from you and not even ask how you are. But thankfully, you find the things that truly matter..."
It was the last two sentences that caught the attention of royal gurus, as a source noted: "Those final words about not even asking how you are is like a reference to that interview Meghan gave to ITV anchor Tom Bradby, when she complained that no one in the royal family had asked how she was or 'if I'm OK.'"
Mulroney last hinted at the pair's fallout in a June social media post, where she mentioned a quote about "losing friends."