Hoaxes and misinformation after the funeral of Queen Elizabeth II

This September 19 ended the ten days of mourning on the death of Queen Elizabeth II, with a state funeral at the westminster abbey. During this time, misinformation and lies have continued to circulate about the death of the former queen of the United Kingdom for more than seven decades, for which you have asked through the Maldita.es WhatsApp chatbot (+34 644 229 319).

No, the note from Carlos III on the coffin of his mother, Queen Elizabeth II, did not say that “Trump won in 2020”

Image of the supposed note of Carlos III on the coffin of his mother.
Image of the supposed note of Carlos III on the coffin of his mother.
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It has circulated on social networks image Isabell II’s funeral in which you can see, on the coffin, a card supposedly written by the king Charles III which reads: “Trump won in 2020”, in English.

It’s about a mounting. The original text says “In loving and devoted memory, Charles R.” (“In loving and devoted memory, Charles R”), handwritten and signed by Charles R.

No, The Simpsons did not predict that Queen Elizabeth II would die in 2022

Image of the alleged scene where the Simpsons predicted the year of Elizabeth II's death.
Image of the alleged scene where the Simpsons predicted the year of Elizabeth II’s death.
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A video has been viralized on TikTok in which it would be seen how, supposedly, The Simpsons would have predicted that Queen Elizabeth II would die in 2022. But it is another montage, which has already spread with the image of Donald Trump.

Comparison of the image of Elizabeth II with that of Trump.
Comparison of the image of Elizabeth II with that of Trump.
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In cursed.es We already denied that this image of the deceased Donald Trump appeared on The Simpsons. According to the American fact checker Snopes, it appeared for the first time in 2017 accompanied by other moments in which the series supposedly anticipated events related to Trump, which are in no way true. In addition, we have also debunked various misinformation that included false predictions of said series.

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No, this alleged “golden” coffin is not from Queen Elizabeth II: it is from the Mexican singer José José

Disseminated image of the alleged coffin of Queen Elizabeth II.
Disseminated image of the alleged coffin of Queen Elizabeth II.
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A photo of a coffin is also circulating with messages that assure that it is the “Queen Elizabeth II’s gold coffin”. But it is a hoax: the image corresponds to the funeral of the Mexican singer José José, who died in 2019. We have found other images of the coffin, from another perspective, in which we can see that it is on the red carpet and surrounded by the same white flowers.

Screenshots from other posts.
Screenshots from other posts.
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