Queen Elizabeth II has been placed detained by Royal security staff after attempting to confess to the murder of Princess Diana during the filming of her traditional Christmas message.The head of the Royal Family went “off script” at the end of her festive speech, in which she addresses Commonwealth citizens in a televised recording, according to a member of the BBC production team.
The Queen has reportedly been detained by senior Royals after she tried to include a confession in her annual speech after declaring that “the public has a right to know the truth about their princess.
“Producers scrambled to cancel the take after she said she “could no longer live with the lie” and that she wanted her great-grandchildren to know “what really happened to their grandmother.”Her Majesty continued to explain that Diana’s life “had consequences that would cause a ripple effect,” but that action had to be taken “for the good of the nation.”She added that she had “deep regrets” and had “lived with the weight of her murder ever since,” before a team of suited Royal Protection Squad guards swooped in and intervened, ending the recording speech abruptlyand had “lived with the weight of her murder ever since,” before a team of suited Royal Protection Squad guards swooped in and intervened, ending the recording speech abruptly.The team surrounded the Queen while one of the guards was on the phone to a Palace official.
According to a BBC insider, the guard addressed the person on the phone as “Your Royal Highness” as he explained the situation.He then ended the call by saying “of course, Sir” before looking across the room and running his fingers across his neck in a throat-cutting gesture, at which point the other members of the team escorted the Queen off the set.After speaking to the director, the head of the security team said, “right we’ve got enough for the speech, let’s get her out of here.
“BBC Staff ShockedAfter the Queen had left the set with her entourage, the director addressed the shocked BBC production staff and warned them to “forget what they saw.”He said that he had been informed by BBC executives that the head of state was “suffering from a cold” and that if anyone saw what transpired as “anything other than that, then they will need to look for work elsewhere.” It is believed that the Queen was placed under “house arrest” which would prevent her from speaking in public again until she can be trusted again.With Prince Charles as the next heir to the throne, he would be the second highest-ranking Royal after the Queen.In extreme circumstances, the Prince of Wales could force the Queen to abdicate the throne, in which case he would take her place and become King.In the United Kingdom and on the Internet, broadcast of the Queen’s Christmas message is embargoed until 3:00 PM GMT on Christmas Day.In other parts of the Commonwealth, the message is broadcast first in New Zealand at 6:50 PM local time by Television New Zealand, in Australia by the Australian Broadcasting Corporation at 7:20 PM local time, and in Canada by the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation at 10 AM Eastern Standard Time, which is the same as 3:00 PM GMT.