A new photo shows Queen Elizabeth II on the day she died.
Did members of the Queen's Guard in the United Kingdom retaliate against tourists who taunted and harassed them until they finally lashed out? No, that's not true: The video compilation was put together for social media channels by actors
Are Pope Francis, the late Queen Elizabeth II and U.S. President Joe Biden members of the same family? No, that's not true: There is no evidence supporting this online rumor, which recycles a 24-year-old conspiracy theory. The claim appea
Loretta Lynn, the Kentucky coal miner’s daughter whose frank songs about life and love as a woman in Appalachia pulled her out of poverty and made her a pillar of country music, has died.
There’s no evidence to support a video claiming that the Queen did not die on 8 September, and that her funeral was a cover-up for world leaders to gather to plan a global recession.
Michigan’s Democratic Attorney General Dana Nessel said she was joking when she said in a June speech that there should be “a drag queen for every school.” During the speech, Nessel talked about her frustration with politicians who f
Even the Queen's funeral couldn't escape a bit of macabre humor.
Do social media videos show a man protesting at the funeral of Queen Elizabeth II on September 19, 2022? No, that's not true: The video is from a 2007 service at Westminster Abbey marking the 200th anniversary of the act to abolish the sl
The goat is a mascot for the Royal Welsh regiment. It was part of the procession on King Charles' proclamation day and is not part of Satanic rituals.
This claim is based on the reptilian conspiracy theory, akin to antisemitic theories like the New World Order, and is baseless.
The photo of the Duchess of Sussex was actually taken in 2019.
U.S. President Joe Biden was not heckled in London, and the viral video has been digitally altered.
Did a crowd in central London chant "F*** Joe Biden" when the U.S. president's motorcade got stuck in traffic on the way to the funeral of Queen Elizabeth II? No, that's not true: The original video from September 19, 2022, the day of the
Meghan Markle wasn’t allowed to attend Queen Elizabeth II’s funeral.
The image of her in a Spitfire’s cockpit has been edited.
Denmark’s Queen Margrethe II has tested positive for the coronavirus after attending the funeral of Britain's Queen Elizabeth II.
The photograph seems to originate on Twitter. The person who first shared it has confirmed that it does not show Boris Johnson.
The original card was written by King Charles III, and the image shared on social media is digitally altered.
Nostradamus “accurately predicted Queen Elizabeth II’s passing.”
They apparently did not recognize her, according to the former royal protection officer who shared the story.
Various claims about worldwide TV viewing figures have been reported, but they don’t appear to have been clearly evidenced.
Photo shows “Queen Elizabeth and Prince Charles” bowing to Ethiopian Emperor Haile Selassie I.
As the new currency with King Charles III is yet to be produced, the current banknotes featuring the portrait of the Queen will stay in circulation.
According to Buckingham place, the Queen died peacefully at the Balmore Castle in Scotland. The claims of her being killed by aliens are baseless.
Prince Andrew was stripped of his royal titles, and his duties were distributed among the royal family. There is no evidence he has been reinstated.
Did Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau sing in a London hotel lobby bar before Queen Elizabeth II's state funeral? Yes, that's true: Trudeau, accompanied by Canadian musician Gregory Charles on the piano, was belting out "Bohemian Rha
Was Queen Elizabeth II photographed in the cockpit of a World-War-II-era Spitfire fighter plane? No, that's not true: An image on social media that allegedly shows the late British monarch in a Spitfire is derived from two separate photos
Princess Elizabeth became queen at age 25, after the death of her father, King George VI.
“The Simpsons” predicted Queen Elizabeth II’s 2022 death.
World leaders used to people hanging on their every word checked their egos in the service of honoring the queen, Britain's longest-serving monarch, who died earlier this month at age 96 after 70 years on the throne.
Britain and the world said a final goodbye to Queen Elizabeth II at a state funeral that drew presidents and kings, princes and prime ministers.
Did the television show "The Simpsons" predict Queen Elizabeth II's death in 2022? No, that's not true: An image showing the queen in a coffin with the dates 1926-2022 is not a real still from "The Simpsons." The queen's death does not ap
Photo shows Queen Elizabeth II checking the oil of a car.
This claim is based on a doctored image and has no basis in policies announced by the government.
The clip, which was first shared on TikTok in January 2022, went viral following the announcement of the death of the Queen.
The flood of grief from the death of Queen Elizabeth II forced the British government to call a temporarily halt to people joining a miles-long line to file past her coffin as it lay in state.
There is no official estimate for how much the state will pay for the funeral, or its wider economic impact. Royal funerals in the past have cost up to about £8 million in today’s money.
“Everyone but Trump invited to royal funeral.”
The coffin of Queen Elizabeth II left Buckingham Palace for the last time, borne on a horse-drawn carriage and saluted by cannons and the tolling of Big Ben, in a solemn procession through the flag-draped, crowd-lined streets of London to Westminster H