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.
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
Did Queen Elizabeth pass away as reported by Hollywood Unlocked? No, that's not true: This is a baseless claim from one American entertainment blog that was published two days after Buckingham Palace announced that Queen Elizabeth II had
In reality, Fagan and the Queen didn't speak for very long.
Will Queen Elizabeth II read her traditional Christmas message with Arabic subtitles for Syrian refugees this year? No, that's not true: the story was made up by a British satire website. There is no truth to the story and the screenshot tha
Even the Queen's funeral couldn't escape a bit of macabre humor.
Did the United Kingdom publish reports that show individuals triple-vaccinated against the coronavirus account for 91% of the COVID-19 deaths in the country through 2022? Do these reports further show that over 24,000 "unexplained" excess
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
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
Did the late Queen Elizabeth II say she wished Jesus Christ would return in her lifetime so she could "lay her crown at His feet?" No, that's not true: Queen Elizabeth II did not make those comments. They were first published in a book in
Did a video posted to Facebook in September 2022 show the body of the late Queen Elizabeth II being placed into a coffin? No, that's not true: The video in question was originally posted to social media more than three weeks prior to the
Did former President Donald Trump post on Truth Social that he was secretly knighted by Queen Elizabeth II? No, that is not true: There is no evidence of this post on Trump's Truth Social account. A Trump spokesperson denied this claim as
The video is from October 2009, when students chnated Sanskrit verses at the launch of Queen's Baton Relay ahead of the 2010 Commonwealth Games.
Did Queen Elizabeth II make it known that she does not wish any of her dogs to go on living in the event of her death? No, that's not true: Suggestions that the queen wanted all surviving dogs euthanized at the time of her death are satir
Was a debt jubilee, the cancellation of a broad range of debts from the public record, "officially declared" after Queen Elizabeth II's death? No, that's not true: At the time of writing, no such announcement has been made. The man who po
Readers asked about a TikTok video that appeared to show a member of the Queen's Guard recording a selfie with Queen Elizabeth II.
Does this video show an Irish dance group celebrating the death of Queen Elizabeth by dancing to "Another One Bites The Dust" outside Buckingham Palace? No, that's not true: The video was posted more than seven months before her death and
Did the BBC change its home page color from red to black before the announcement of the death of Queen Elizabeth II? No, that's not true: Archived copies of the BBC.com banner show it was black before the Crown's September 8, 2022, announ
Are the food additives found in Dairy Queen's soft serve harmful to the human body? No, that's not true: The amount of food additives in a Dairy Queen soft serve is not enough to cause the health problems in this claim. A chemist told Lea
Did Queen Elizabeth II award the honors of Knight Bachelor to a cat named Ruben? No, that's not true: This post was made on April Fools' Day 2022. The original photo from October 10, 2019, was digitally altered to replace stage actor Sir
Did a news report accidentally reveal that doctors are giving a "banned" COVID-19 treatment to Queen Elizabeth? No, that's not true: Due to an editing error, the Australian program "A Current Affair" featured a clip showing a bottle of St
Does smoking weed benefit the respiratory system, including the lungs? No, that's not true: While researchers believe that more research is needed to determine both the health benefits and adverse effects of cannabis smoke inhalation, the
Did a self-described microbiologist tell the Dawson Creek, British Columbia, City Council the facts about the Nuremberg Code, adverse reactions to COVID-19 vaccines and the degree to which the vaccines revise patients' genetic code? No, t
Proposals to make photo I.D a legal requirement for voters were announced in the Queen's Speech, despite low levels of voter fraud in the U.K.
Was Hillary Clinton convicted by a military tribunal on April 16, 2021? No, that's not true. "The story is false," the Defense Department press operations duty officer told Lead Stories via email on April 16, 2021.There is no military tri
Did Queen Elizabeth laugh at Prince Philip pranking her dressed as a palace guard? No, that's not true: Queen Elizabeth II was photographed in 2003 laughing while standing next to her husband but he did not trick her by dressing up as one
The image being circulated is fake. An old picture of a billboard has been edited to show the Queen's message.
Three photos have been shared thousands of times in Facebook posts that claim they show Thai pro-democracy protestors throwing shoes and water bottles at the Queen's motorcade on October 14, 2020. The claim is misleading: an analysis of the photos
Do the World Health Organization (WHO) and Queen Elizabeth II want to remove children from COVID-infected homes? No, that's not true: That is a made-up claim that stems from two videos. The first is a snippet of a March 30, 2020, press co
Was Queen Elizabeth found guilty in a missing children murder case? No, this is not true: A claim that the British monarch tried and convicted in the disappearance of 10 native children from the Catholic-run Kamloops residential school in Brit
Did the UK's Queen Elizabeth II test positive for COVID-19 after meeting with Prime Minister Boris Johnson? No, that's not true: After news broke on March 27, 2020, that Johnson tested positive for coronavirus, Buckingham Palace issued a state
Did Queen Elizabeth II say "Muslim Refugees Are Dividing Nationality, I Fully Agree With Donald Trump We Should Deport Them To Avoid Bloody Terrorist Attacks."? No, that's not true: the quote was made up in 2018 and was later spread by various
A family spokesperson said Beth Chapman died at Queen's Medical Center after an almost 2-year battle with cancer.
The 81-year-old British artist took inspiration from the Queen's love of the countryside and the landscape of his native county of Yorkshire.