Is Queen Elizabeth dead? Queen Elizabeth's death rumours from Hollywood Unlocked are a hoax
Is Queen Elizabeth II dead? Death reports is lying

It’s not unusual for stories about Queen Elizabeth’s death to trend, especially on a weekday. 

However, unusual reports make royal followers extremely wondering if it’s true. Is Queen Elizabeth II dead?

This is the truth about the rumours.  Stories of  that the monarch died at the age of 95. 

The site declared the news just days after news confirmed that the Queen had tested positive for the global virus. 

The Queen contacted after coming in close connection with her eldest son, Prince Charles, who also contracted the virus early this month. 

According to Hollywood Unlocked, the Queen was “found dead” after she was selected to be among the guests attending a certain wedding.

“It is with our deepest regret to inform you that Britain’s Queen Elizabeth has died,” their report read.

 “Sources close to the Royal Kingdom notified us exclusively that Queen Elizabeth has passed away. She was scheduled to attend the wedding of British Vogue editor Edward Enninful, but was found dead.”

While the publication did not refer to any official palace references, Hollywood Unlocked CEO and founder Jason Lee took to Twitter to back up the outlet’s statements.

 “We don’t post lies and I always stand by my sources,” he tweeted. 

“Waiting for an official statement from the palace,” he added.

Later, the CEO repeated his attitude on Instagram, posting, “I’ve never lied;” “I’ve never been wrong;” “I trust my sources;” and “I have yet to see an official statement from the palace saying otherwise,” posted in a numbered list. 

Despite Lee’s statement, however, many continued to be unconvinced that the stories about the Queen’s death were true.

Is Queen Elizabeth II dead? Death reports is lying

However, things changed for the publication. But what about those tales about Queen Elizabeth’s death?

Following Hollywood Unlocked’s announcement on February 22, 2022, the outlet published a statement on social media apologizing for the false story and accusing the report of a mistaken “intern journalist” who “published a draft post by mistake.” 

The Hollywood Unlocked added, “Our deepest apologies go out to the #RoyalFamily and all involved in this embarrassing situation. It was an accident and we’re working hard to make sure that this mistake never happens again.

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