The newborn son of the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge is a lizard.
That's the amazing claim that's been made by one-time Hereford United goalkeeper and BBC TV presenter David Icke, who went mad in the 1990s.
Icke made his comment after the Duke and Duchess emerged onto the front steps of St. Mary's Hospital in London - with the Duchess looking radiant - a mere seven (7) hours after the Royal Prince was hatched. Sorry, I mean 'born'.
Icke, whose views gained initial support from hundreds of thousands of women on social media, said:
"Who amongst the human race do you know who could give birth at 11.01am, and be up-and-about in seven hours like Kate Middleton was, looking perfect like she was about to walk onto a Hollywood movie set?"
At this point, the women's views took a different route to those of Mr Icke, who went on:
"It's just not possible! I believe - and you may well laugh - that each and every member of the royal bloodline is reptillian - that's right, a lizard - and this new 'baby' is no different!
Icke was later seen rummaging through some wheelie bins at the rear of St. Mary's. Asked about this, he replied:
"I'm looking for eggshell fragments."