Queen Elizabeth II is NOT dead: Royal expert forced to deny monarch's death after rumors break social media
A royal expert, Charlie Proctor took to Twitter to dismiss rumors that suggested that the Queen had died of a heart attack.
A royal expert has dismissed rumors that the Queen, 93, is dead. The editor-in-chief at Royal Central, Charlie Proctor took to social media to respond to the rumors that the Queen had died. The rumors seem to have started from a Whatsapp account which then quickly spread across other social media platforms. As per the leaked group chat, Queen Elizabeth II had died of a heart attack.
Proctor wrote, "I see we have reached that time of year where I have to dispel rumors of HM’s passing. The Queen is not dead. She is alive & well and is very much looking forward to hosting President Trump and other world leaders at Buckingham Palace on Tuesday for the NATO reception".
This is not the first time that rumors have suggested that the Queen is dead. Earlier this year in January, another online rumor suggested that the Queen was about to die after which she was seen attending church.
At the age of 93, the Queen is the longest-reigning monarch. After her death, the Prince of Wales, Prince Charles will become King while the Duchess of Cornwall. Should Prince Charles choose to keep his own name, he will be known as King Charles III.
Royal expert Penny Junor spoke to MEA WorldWide (MEAWW) exclusively and shared that Prince Charles has been "preparing for the top job all his adult life. He will be the best-prepared monarch Britain has ever had, and in my view, he will make a very good king. And I think that any lingering negativity towards him will evaporate".
It is reported that Prince Charles' oldest son, Prince William who is currently the Duke of Cambridge will become the Prince of Wales. Just last month, we had reported that there was some talk of the Queen retiring in a matter of 18 months when she turns 95 which is the same age at which Prince Philip retired from public life.