No need to royally panic.
Dressed in a bright green dress and a pearl necklace, Her Majesty spoke with Carles Jordana Madero, ambassador from Andorra, and Kedella Younous Hamidi, ambassador from Chad.
Just last week, the monarch had canceled her engagements, with a Buckingham Palace spokesperson explaining that she was "still experiencing mild cold like symptoms."
Which aren't as bad as the world—or a handful of people on the Internet—thinking you had died. On Feb. 22, Hollywood Unlocked claimed the Queen had died at the age of 95. And though a senior royal source told NBC News she was very much alive, the website's founder and CEO stood by his reporting.
"Regarding the Queen Elizabeth story…" Jason Lee, who told Buzzfeed News he heard the news from a guest at the wedding of British Vogue editor in chief Edward Enninful, wrote on Instagram. "1. I've never lied. 2. I've never been wrong. 3. I trust my sources. 4. I have yet to see an official statement from the palace saying otherwise. 5. I'll be at the Donda concert tonight with YE."
Ultimately, Hollywood Unlocked apologized for its inaccurate report—"Our deepest apologies goes out to the #RoyalFamily and all involved in this embarrassing situation," read a since-deleted tweet—as did Lee.
"Although I've never been wrong when breaking a story because this involves The Queen this is one time I would want to be," Lee wrote on Hollywood Unlocked, later adding, "I can say my sources got this wrong and I sincerely apologize to The Queen and the Royal Family."