Queen Elizabeth has been rumored to have died a handful of times. And just this week, the same fake news made headlines.

On Monday, an anonymous Twitter account posted a cryptic message saying that the Queen passed away on Sunday morning following a heart attack. A media blackout will be put in place on Monday after the announcement about her death is made in the morning.

However, Royal Central quickly debunked the rumor by saying that the Queen is alive and well. In fact, Her Majesty was getting a good night’s rest in preparation for her royal engagement on Tuesday.

“Her Majesty is enjoying a good night of sleep in anticipation of her next big engagement on Tuesday where she will host President Trump and other world leaders at Buckingham Palace for a NATO reception,’” they said.

Buckingham Palace also responded to the rumors regarding Her Majesty’s passing by uploading a photo of the 93-year-old monarch on the Royal Family’s official Instagram account.

In the snap, the mom of four is shaking hands with an unnamed man. She is wearing a teal sweater and skirt with a matching teal hat. Despite her delicate age of 93, the Queen continues to engage in her royal duties. However, she has also scaled back in recent years.

Meanwhile, it is Prince Philip who suffered a bit of a mishap recently. A source told The Sun that the Queen’s husband took a bit of wobble while staying in Sandringham. There is a huge concern surrounding the retired royal because he is already 98 years old.

The Daily Mirror also reported that after Prince Philip got into an accident, Prince Charles visited him in Sandringham. The heir to the throne stayed with his father until the weekend, and they exchanged stories and updates.

A source also told the publication that Prince Charles reached out to his dad to listen and digest his advice regarding the ongoing issues within the royal family.

Britain's Queen Elizabeth II Britain's Queen Elizabeth II announced a list of new bills ranging from implementing a yet-to-be finalized EU divorce agreement to criminal sentencing. Photo: POOL/Tolga Akmen