Queen Elizabeth II's graceful aging has triggered a shocking conspiracy.

The Queen is already 93 years old, but she looks good for her age. She manages to look radiant and elegant whenever she attends public engagement and is still very graceful and strong compared to others in the same age.

Due to this, there was a conspiracy theory suggesting that “the Queen is actually a vampire,” Daily Star reported. Just like all good conspiracies, this claim has some basis.

According to the genealogy records, Queen Elizabeth II is a descendant of Vlad the Impaler, a Transylvanian ruler who put his enemies on wooden spikes and became the inspiration for Bram Stoker’s Dracula. Iain Moncreiffe’s 1982 book “Royal Highness” claimed that the Queen can trace her lineage back through her grandmother Queen Mary, the consort of George V to Vlad IV, the half-brother of the notorious ruler.

Prince Charles spoke about the connection in a promotional video for the Romanian National Tourist when the Prince of Wales joked that “Transylvania is in my blood.”

“The genealogy shows I am descended from Vlad the Impaler, so I do have a bit of a stake in the country,” Prince Charles joking said.

Due to this, the netizens were quick to conclude that Queen Elizabeth II’s secret to graceful aging is her vampire roots.

“That’s why Queen Elizabeth looks so good, she is secretly a vampire,” one netizen wrote.

“Think about it, what 93-year-old do you know that can get around like she can and look so fit and healthy? Think about it, what 93-year-old do you know that can get around like she can and look so fit and healthy?“ another wrote.

Last week, Queen Elizabeth II was spotted attending Royal Ascot. She was elegant in her blue dress but was seen waiting alone. The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge appeared distracted and walked in the opposite direction when she turned to them. On the same event, the Queen was caught looking unhappy due to a smoking gentleman standing a few meters away from her.

In related news, Queen Elizabeth II has a surprising fashion routine. According to her former footman, Her Majesty doesn’t have any clothes in her room.

The Queen’s clothes are kept on the top floor. She will only choose what outfit to wear. Her dresser will bring down two outfits which are sketched with pieces of materials clipped on it and she will pick one, which will be brought downstairs.

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Queen Elizabeth II smiles as she arrives before the Opening of the Flanders' Fields Memorial Garden at Wellington Barracks on Nov. 6, 2014, in London, England. Getty Images/Stefan Wermuth-WPA Pool