BBC News broadcasts a subtle message that gets Twitter excited about the Queen

Royal observers on Twitter expressed concern for Queen Elizabeth II after a message from Buckingham Palace on September 8. The royal family tweeted: “Statement from Buckingham Palace: ‘Following further inquiries this morning, the Queen’s doctors are concerned for Her Majesty’s health and have recommended that she remain under medical supervision 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. Metro also tweeted: “Prince Harry and Meghan Markle were scheduled to attend the WellChild awards ceremony in London on Thursday night. But they have now changed their plans to see Her Majesty.”

Britain’s new Prime Minister, Liz Truss, tweeted: “The whole country will be deeply concerned by the news from Buckingham Palace this afternoon. My thoughts – and the thoughts of the people of our UK – are with Her Majesty The Queen and her family at this time.” The signs for the Queen’s health are not good. But BBC News sent a subtle message, which Twitter over the Queen excited.

Twitter fears Operation London Bridge is imminent

A Twitter user sounded the alarm about the Queen after picking up on some subtle actions by the BBC. “There is a lot going on at the moment leading to the announcement that the Queen has recently passed away,” he tweeted. “BBC News are all in black, all programming has ceased today and an important announcement at 6pm. God save our Queen.” Adding to the message, a former journalist tweeted: “A sign outside Buckingham Palace reads ‘No changing of the guard ceremony today’… BBC is in continuous coverage and Anchor is wearing a black tie.”

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Many royal observers fear the secret plan for Queen Elizabeth’s death is slowly being implemented. The operation when the monarch dies is called Operation London Bridge. The transcript of what happens after the Queen’s death was leaked to the press in 2021, with details released in Politico. The 10-day action plan includes expecting massive crowds in London following the death of the Queen, as well as various commemorations.

The monarch is loved and respected around the world. One American Twitter user tweeted: “I really hope she knows how many people around the world have her in their prayers and are forever indebted to her for her contributions to the citizens of the world. Love and prayers from America.”