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Royal Website Publishes Statement Stating Queen Elizabeth Has Died

The Royal Family’s official website briefly published a press release stating that Queen Elizabeth died in her sleep

The Royal Family’s official website briefly published a press release stating that Queen Elizabeth II has died in her sleep yesterday morning before it was swiftly removed again.

The statement, which appeared on the Royal.uk, announced that the Queen had died, causing alarm among internet users who took screenshots before it was taken down (SEE BELOW).

The press release was also picked up by Google News, adding more weight to the announcement.

The official statement was released at the request of Prince Charles, by the Queens press secretary, stating she has passed away in her sleep after becoming “increasingly frail in recent weeks following her bad cough and chest infection over Christmas.“.

The Queen had also canceled her Christmas plans last year due to illness.

The statement also concluded that Prince Charles would ascend to the throne:

“A meeting of the Accession Council will be held this evening to proclaim the accession of Prince Charles as the new Sovereign. His coronation will be held late in the year after a suitable mourning period.“

Shortly after the press release went live on the royal.uk website, it was swiftly deleted, which has now raised the question as to whether the release was meant for public view.

The reason for the removal of the press release still remains unclear, and what is less clear, is why the Royal website would publish the article in the first place.

the official statement was released at the request of prince charles by the queens press secretary © press
The official statement was released at the request of Prince Charles, by the Queens press secretary
This is not the first time the Royal website has published questionable information, in 2016 the Royal Website published an article confirming the Queen was ‘not human’, which was also deleted before causing conspiracy websites and social media to explode.Commentators are now suggesting that the press release is unlikely to a pre-prepared article released by accident due to the finely detailed nature of its content.Royal.uk is still yet to respond to public clarification requests and to why it was released in the first place.
the web page on the royal family website was listed on google news © press
The web page on the Royal Family website was listed on Google News
According to YNW conspiracy website, It has been suggested the Royals may be delaying the public announcement of Queen Elizabeth’s death until after they have taken care of secret rituals they would prefer the public do not know about.The release included quotes from British PM Theresa May and the White House, suggesting that although the announcement has not been made in public, it has been made in private.The press release gave details of the Queen's death, suggesting it was not a generic standby article published by accident.Rumors are also swirling that a power struggle at the heart of the Royal family has caused the delay in announcing the news. Prince Charles is said to be locked in battle with William over who will ascend to the throne. It is claimed that William knows secrets about his father that the Royal family do not want exposed – as such, William believes he can skip his father and be coronated King in 2017.

The release included quotes from British PM Theresa May and the White House, suggesting that although the announcement has not been made in public, it has been made in private.

This situation could explain the sudden release – and then removal – of the death notice. Prince Charles’ camp – frustrated with the delay in announcing the death to the public and the subsequent delay of the meeting of the Accession Council – may have tried to put an end to William’s back room attempts to wrest the crown away from Charles by forcing the information on the public before the royal household was ready.

Source: neonnettle.com

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