Queen Elizabeth allegedly suffered a massive health scare just before her 94th birthday.
According to National Enquirer, the Queen left the entire royal family feeling worried after she slumped over her desk and started gasping for air. At that time, she was busy preparing her inspirational coronavirus speech.
A palace insider told the tabloid that Her Majesty’s face also turned as white as a sheet. As such, her staff was forced to call her doctors.
“An aide raised the alarm and doctors rushed to her side and summoned an ambulance, overriding her insistence on staying in her personal quarters. It was a good thing she did. I’m told the queen would’ve passed away,” the source said.
The insider went on to say that even though the Queen survived her recent health scare, her death is still imminent. This is why the royal family has still torn asunder.
Following the incident, the Queen took things in stride and she allegedly went about her business. However, she also called Prince Charles and instructed him to begin the initial preparations for her state funeral.
“She begged William and Harry to make peace for the sake of the monarchy and told them their feud is breaking her heart. She scolded the boys’ wives, Kate and Meghan, for their role in the troubles and ordered them to make peace. Kate broke into tears – but Meghan didn’t say a word,” the source said.
The insider also claimed that Prince Harry and Markle were unmoved by the Queen’s recent speech. As such, there are rumors that they won’t even attend the Queen’s funeral if and when she passes away.
But Prince Charles, who will be in charge by then, won’t take no for an answer. The future king will allegedly require the Duke and Duchess of Sussex to be present at the Queen’s state funeral.
However, the claims made by the tabloid should be taken with a grain of salt. Gossip Cop already debunked the story about the Queen having only a few months to live.
It is also untrue that Prince Charles is already preparing for the Queen’s state funeral. The 94-year-old looked happy and healthy when she addressed Britons amid the coronavirus pandemic last month.