BBC News Sends Subtle Message That Has Twitter In A Tizzy Over The Queen

Royal watchers on Twitter were anxious after a message from Buckingham Palace on September 8 about Queen Elizabeth II. The royal family tweeted, "Statement from Buckingham Palace: 'Following further evaluation this morning, The Queen's doctors are concerned for Her Majesty's health and have recommended she remain under medical supervision. The Queen remains comfortable and at Balmoral.'" The royal family's actions amid Queen Elizabeth's health concerns speak volumes, as The Telegraph reported that all four of the monarch's children were with her at Balmoral in Scotland. In addition, Metro tweeted, "Prince Harry and Meghan Markle were due to attend the WellChild Awards ceremony in London on Thursday evening. But they have now changed their plans to travel to see Her Majesty."

The new British Prime Minister Liz Truss tweeted, "The whole country will be deeply concerned by the news from Buckingham Palace this lunchtime. My thoughts – and the thoughts of people across our United Kingdom – are with Her Majesty The Queen and her family at this time." The signs don't look good about the queen's health. But BBC News sent a subtle message that has Twitter in a tizzy over the queen.

Twitter fears that Operation London Bridge is near

A Twitter user sounded an alarm about the queen after he picked up on some subtle actions from the BBC. "Alot of stuff going on at the moment which is hinting towards the announcement that the Queen has recently passed," he tweeted. "BBC News all wearing Black, all programmes stopped today and an important announcement at 6pm. God save our Queen." In addition to that message, a former journalist tweeted, "A sign outside of Buckingham Palace reads 'No Guard Changing Ceremony Today' ... BBC is in rolling coverage, and anchor is wearing a black tie." 

Many royal watchers fear that the secret plan for Queen Elizabeth's death is slowly being implemented. The operation when the monarch dies is called Operation London Bridge. The protocol for what happens after the queen dies was leaked to the press in 2021, with details published in Politico. The 10-day plan of action includes anticipation for massive crowds in London following the queen's death as well as various memorial services.

The monarch is beloved and respected worldwide. An American Twitter user tweeted, "I hope she truly knows how many people around the world have her in their prayers and are in forever debt to her for her contributions to citizens of the world. Love & prayers from America."