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Fact Check: Is Queen Elizabeth ii Still Alive?

Fact Check: Is Queen Elizabeth ii Still Alive?



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A RECENT POST on a US Instagram gossip page Hollywood Unlocked has claimed that Queen Elizabeth, the British Queen is died.

The post has been shared more than 20,000,000 times on social media. But is it true?

The claim: Queen Elizabeth has passed away. She was scheduled to attend the wedding of British Vogue editor Edward Enninful but was found dead.

Where it comes from: The claim appears on the U.S Instagram gossip page Hollywood Unlocked. The post still exists on Instagram at the time of this report:

Hollywood Unlocked claimed on Queen Elizabeth.
Hollywood Unlocked claimed on Queen Elizabeth.

The story claims that Queen Elizabeth, after being scheduled to attend a wedding following a “Tests Positive For Covid-19“, has died. The post said a source in the palace confirmed her death at Buckingham.

The context

It was widely reported by several established news outlets on 21 February that the British Queen had been tested positive for the deadly coronavirus COVID-19.

The facts

The post by the Hollywood Unlocked claims that Queen Elizabeth of England is dead is false.

In a statement posted on Twitter by, Write Ricardo Brooks said: 

  • “Queen Elizabeth is not dead.


The claim that Queen Elizabeth is dead circulated online following news she had contracted coronavirus. Considering the fact her son confirmed on 22 February that the Queen is doing fine, reports of her death are inaccurate.

We rate this claim FALSE.

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