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The Queen Now Missing For 12 Days As Media Blackout Continues

Royal Family cancels her New Year's Day appearance

By: Jay Greenberg  |@NeonNettle
 on 1st January 2017 @ 10.50am
the queen has now not been seen in public for 12 days © press
The Queen has now not been seen in public for 12 days.

The Queen has now been missing from the public eye for 12 days as Buckingham Palace confirms that the Royal Family have canceled her New Year's Day attendance at Sandringham due to "lingering illness".

Neon Nettle reported on Boxing Day that a BBC insider claimed The Queen, 90, had been placed under "house arrest" by Prince Charles and the Royal Family following her deviation from the script for her annual Christmas Message Speech in which she attempted to warn the public about the "dark forces" that control the world and her family.

Rumors have also been circulating on social media that she has actually died, and the illness is just a cover-up to delay the news until after the holidays, despite the fact the "news" originated from a fake BBC News Twitter account.

The Daily Star reports: Speculation over Elizabeth II's health has been rife after sickness caused her to pull out of a Christmas Day church service for the first time since 1988.

Wild rumours circulating online suggested the Queen had died earlier this week.

the queen missed the christmas day service at sandringham for the first time since 1998 © press
The Queen missed the Christmas Day Service at Sandringham for the first time since 1998

A Palace spokeswoman said: “Her Majesty The Queen will not attend Sunday worship at Sandringham today.

"The Queen does not yet feel ready to attend church as she is still recuperating from a heavy cold.”

The Queen has had a cold for more than a week and is said to have spent most of her time indoors. 

Prince Philip, 95, has recovered from his cold and will attend the service, led by the Bishop of Norwich.

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