Is Queen Elizabeth Dead? - "Emergency meeting called by Buckingham Palace was about Prince Philip stepping down from doing public engagements" - (2 Articles) May 4th 2017

Published by Business Insider UK on May 4th 2017

The entire staff of the Royal Family was called into a mysterious emergency meeting and speculation ran wild over the reason behind the gathering.

However at 10 a.m. BST Buckingham Palace confirmed in a statement that the meeting was about Prince Philip stepping down from public life.

The meeting was first reported by the Daily Mail and speculation over the Queen or Prince Philip's health was fueled by an unnamed source telling the newspaper:
"Everyone is on tenterhooks. Although meetings involving the entire royal household are occasionally called, the way this has been done at the eleventh hour is highly unusual and suggests that there is something major to be disseminated. But at the moment, only those closest to her genuinely know what on earth this is all about."
However, from 4 a.m. BST onwards, a number of media outlets around the world published statements from official spokespeople as well as unnamed sources, stating that there is no cause for concern that the Queen or Prince Philip has died.

At 4 a.m. BST, a Buckingham Palace spokesperson told a New Zealand TV station 1 NEWS that "you could safely assume the Queen and Prince Philip are not dead."
At around 7 a.m. BST several media outlets also reported that no one had died. A "well-placed source" told Reuters that there was no cause for alarm about the welfare of the Queen of Prince Philip. A Buckingham Palace official also told The Associated Press there is "no cause for concern."

At 8 a.m. BST, the BBC's Hunt said in a tweet: "There'll be a staff meeting at Buckingham Palace this morning. It's not to do with the health of either the Queen or Prince Philip."

At 10 a.m. BST, The Sun's political editor tweeted: "Prince Philip is stepping down from public life, Royal sources say. That's apparently the big announcement." Around the same time, ITV's royal editor tweeted the palace's statement:

Business Insider has repeatedly tried to get through to representatives at Buckingham Palace for comment.

The Queen recently celebrated her 91st birthday. She met Prime Minister Theresa May on Wednesday to mark the dissolution of parliament due to the general election. The Queen and her husband Prince Philip, the Duke of Edinburgh, 95, returned to the palace recently after celebrating Easter.

Prince Philip also visited the Lord's Cricket Ground on Wednesday, where he opened the new Warner Stand:

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A video taken by the BBC's royal correspondent Peter Hunt also showed Prince Philip in good spirits:


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Published by Baxter Dmitry on May 4th 2017

Queen Elizabeth passed away in her sleep on Wednesday afternoon after becoming “increasingly frail in recent weeks following a recurrence of a bad chest infection,” according to a Buckingham Palace source.

Prince Charles and Princess Anne were at Buckingham Palace with the Queen at the time of her passing, according to the source, who also confirmed Prince Charles will ascend to the throne:

There will be a meeting of the Accession Council this evening or maybe tomorrow to proclaim the accession of Prince Charles as the King. His coronation will be held late in the year after a suitable mourning period.”

The Buckingham Palace source explained that Sir Christopher Geidt, the Queen’s private secretary, summoned the entire royal household, including servants from across the country, for an emergency meeting on Wednesday afternoon.

The meeting was clearly “well planned” and “went like clockwork” according to the source, with Geidt performing the duties for which he has been preparing since being given a second knighthood in 2014, in part for planning the Queen’s succession.

Geidt then contacted British Prime Minister Theresa May, who in turn alerted key civil servants including the Foreign Secretary Boris Johnson.

From the Foreign Office’s Global Response Centre, Johnson relayed the news to the 15 governments outside the UK where the Queen is also the head of state.

At the time of publishing, the only people made aware of the Queen’s death outside of the royal household are the aforementioned British senior civil servants, the Ambassadors of Commonwealth nations and their Governors General.

Describing the mood in the Palace as “eerie”, the royal staffer said “She spent most of the day with her dogs, lacking energy but otherwise in good spirits. She spoke to me briefly and said that one must always keep oneself busy with work, as one has an eternity after in which one can reflect. In hindsight, those words seem rather prophetic now.”

I saw the Queen moments before her passing. She had fire in her eyes as if she were battling some kind of invisible entity. I was ushered out by other family members. The strong rumor in the Palace is that she insisted on ending her life before it was taken from her.

This is a secret royal protocol. They like to remain in total control until the very end.”


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