A shocking report claimed that Queen Elizabeth is not in good health and she is already dying due to cancer. The 93-year-old monarch was said to have been diagnosed with leukemia and with her age, she may expire before the year ends

According to the National Enquirer, palace officials decided to keep the public in the dark while they are “thrown in chaos” inside the Buckingham Palace after hearing about the cancer diagnosis. The publication also stated that doctors immediately rushed the Queen to King Edward VII’s Hospital so they can test her again but unfortunately they confirmed that she has the dreaded disease. 

“The Leukemia diagnosis was immediately hushed up, and the severity of her condition is not known,” the source told the magazine. “But given her age, no one believes there is much time left for her." 

The report added that some signs indicating that Queen Elizabeth has leukemia have been evident. She allegedly has some bruises in her body since her cancer is already in the advance stage. Since she knows that there is not much time left for her, the Queen is said to be eyeing Prince Wiliam to replace her instead of Prince Charles. 

But then again, Gossip Cop stepped in to debunk this news because it is “ridiculous.” After checking the details, it concluded that the report is false which means the Queen does not have cancer and she is actually healthy.  

The publication further explained that while there is truth in the claim that Her Majesty really has bruises on her hands at one point, it is definitely not because of the fatal blood disease. Likewise, although it is not certain how she got them, it is not due to an ailment.  

Meanwhile, Queen Elizabeth is currently in self-isolation after Prince Charles tested positive for COVID-19. She is currently staying in Windsor Castle and she moved there more than two weeks ago. 

“Her Majesty will move to Windsor Castle for the Easter period on Thursday 19th March, one week earlier than planned,” Standard Insider quoted the Buckingham Palace spokesperson as saying. “It is likely the Queen will stay there beyond the Easter period.”

Prince Charles, Queen Elizabeth, Prince William and Kate Middleton Queen Elizabeth II waves from the balcony of Buckingham Palace flanked by Prince Charles, Prince of Wales (L); Prince William (2R); and Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge, (R) as they celebrate the Queen's Diamond Jubilee in London on June 5, 2012. STEFAN WERMUTH/AFP/GettyImages