Jason Lee – founder of Hollywood unlocked has since clapped back on his social media stating that they do not post lies and he always stands by his sources and the story about the Queen is no exception.
We don’t post lies and I always stand by my sources. Waiting for an official statement from the palace.
— Jason Lee (@theonlyjasonlee) February 22, 2022
“Sources close to the Royal Palace notified us exclusively that #QueenElizabeth has passed away. She was scheduled to attend the wedding of British Vogue editor Edward Enninful but was found dead.
Story developing”, they shared on their Instagram.
Since then, people took to social media to confirm the rumours with others dismissing these as false.
One tweet stated:
“Queen Elizabeth is not dead. The
will report it first, after her Private Secretary has advised the British Prime Minister. There’s a very elaborate and well-laid plan to announce her death.”
Queen Elizabeth is not dead.
The @BBC will report it first, after her Private Secretary has advised the British Prime Minister.
There’s a very elaborate and well laid plan to announce her death.
— Ricardo Brooks (@Ricaaduh) February 22, 2022
queen elizabeth seeing herself trending for being dead pic.twitter.com/4Ap9XVIX6R
— ً ashley (@excusemeilu) February 22, 2022
If Hollywood unlock got this wrong about queen Elizabeth it’s over for them
— Xavier (@gimmietheloot__) February 22, 2022
When Queen Elizabeth is still alive and Jason Lee gets sued
— ً (@kayIachan) February 22, 2022
Queen Elizabeth II is the queen of 11 commonwealth nations, this includes the United Kingdom; New Zealand, Canada as well as Australia.
Her reign as the British monarch spans over 70 years and had been married to Prince Phillip, the Duke of Edinburg, who died in April 2021 aged 99.
The rumours of the Queen’s passing went viral on Tuesday evening but were later dismissed by a parliamentary official as untrue.
It is said that the Monarch is currently recovering from COVID – 19. Buckingham Palace made an announcement of the queen suffering from mild, cold-like symptoms, after testing positive for COVID -19.
The Monarch is also believed to have been fully vaccinated against COVID – 19 with booster shots included.