PUBLISHED: 09:13, Mon, Dec 2, 2019 | UPDATED: 09:25, Mon, Dec 2, 2019
Inexplicably, rumours circulated on social media on Sunday night claiming the Queen had died. Royal commentators and sources from behind palace walls were quick to dispel the claims.
Charlie Proctor, Editor in Chief of Royal Central, tweeted: “I see we have reached that time of year where I have to dispel rumours of HM’s passing.
“The Queen is not dead. She is alive & well and is very much looking forward to hosting President Trump and other world leaders at Buckingham Palace on Tuesday for the NATO reception.”
US President Donald Trump is expected to arrive in the UK late on Monday night ahead of the summit.
On Tuesday, Mr Trump and other world leader will head to Buckingham Palace for a reception hosted by the Queen.
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The leaders will then head to Downing Street for a second reception hosted by Boris Johnson.
On Wednesday, the leaders will head to the luxury Grove hotel on the outskirts of Watford for the summit itself.
In the afternoon, Mr Trump is scheduled to give a press conference on Wednesday afternoon, almost immediately after a separate press conference from Mr Johnson.
Ahead of the conference, Mr Johnson advised Mr Trump against endorsing his election campaign, saying the two countries shouldn’t “get involved in