Queen Elizabeth II is alive and well, despite a February 22 report claiming to the contrary. Buckingham Palace confirmed that on February 23, when it was revealed that she had met British Prime Minister Boris Johnson.
Queen Elizabeth II He is not deceased. Buckingham Palace has revealed that the monarch who ruled the United Kingdom, Northern Ireland, Canada, Australia and New Zealand for so long is alive and well. CNN On February 23, when they said she met the Prime Minister of the United Kingdom Boris Johnson By phone from Windsor Castle on Wednesday. This news comes less than 24 hours after a report by Hollywood is open She claimed the Queen, 95, was dead.
A royal source said Boris Johnson’s visit was meant to be personal, but was canceled due to current government guidelines. CNN.
Tuesday, Hollywood is open She claimed that “sources close to the royal kingdom” revealed the queen’s death. The shocking report claimed she was “scheduled to attend the wedding of British Vogue editor Edward Enninful, but was found dead”. Immediately after the report was published, fans plunged into a frenzy on social media.
On Sunday, February 20, the venue had announced that the Queen had tested positive for COVID-19. The palace said at the time that she was “experiencing mild cold-like symptoms” but was expected to “continue light duties in Windsor for the next week”.
Hollywood is open He said the Queen “has canceled her planned virtual engagements.” [on Tuesday] She continued to have “mild symptoms of Covid-19”, and that no other details about her alleged death were known at the time of their report.
Fortunately, we now know that the Queen is still alive and still enjoying her 70th year on the throne.