Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II is not dead, after rumours spread from WhatsApp group

There queen has been rumored to be dead and the news is quickly spreading on social media.
er Majesty Queen Elizabeth II is not dead

Whispers of Her Majesty’s death reached fever pitch on social media and appear to stem from a screenshot of a Whatsapp group message last night, with a 5.49pm time stamp. In it, ‘Gibbo’ writes: ‘Queens passed away this morning, heart attack, being announced 930 AM tomorrow (sic)’ But after 9.30am passed today, a Buckingham Palace spokeswoman played down the rumours and told Metro.co.uk it was in fact very much ‘business as usual’.

Although the Cheatsheet made a list of the 15 Things That Will Happen When Queen Elizabeth II Dies.

1. Operation “London Bridge” will commence

Operation “London Bridge” will commence

2. The royal family will gather near her

The royal family will gather near her

3. There will be code words
There will be code words

4. The news will become public in multiple ways

The news will become public in multiple ways

5. The press will immediately cover the story

The press will immediately cover the story

6. Bells will toll

Bells will toll

7. Parliament will convene

Parliament will convene

8. She’ll return home to London

She’ll return home to London

9. There’s a different plan if she’s at Balmoral

There’s a different plan if she’s at Balmoral

10. Prince Charles will become King of England

Prince Charles will become King of England

11. Charles will choose his name

Charles will choose his name

12. King Charles will embark on a royal tour

King Charles will embark on a royal tour

13. The Queen will lie in state
The Queen will lie in state

14. The funeral will be televised

The funeral will be televised

15. The line of succession will change

The line of succession will change

It’s not an easy topic to talk about, but it’s inevitable – one day, Queen Elizabeth II will pass on from this life to the next. Everyone dies, even kings and queens, and now that the queen is over 90, it’s starting to become a topic of conversation in the United Kingdom and beyond. The Cheatsheet revealed.

Queen Elizabeth II became the longest-reigning monarch in history on 2015 when the length of her tenure surpassed her great-great-grandmother Victoria. In February of 2017, she became the first British monarch ever to celebrate the Sapphire Jubilee, which is 65 years on the throne. Very few monarchs make it to the Platinum Jubilee – 70 years on the throne. Queen Elizabeth II could possibly achieve that in 2022.

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