Thursday, September 8, the whole world mourned the death of Queen Elizabeth II and, on social networks, the tributes were numerous. Some even rushed a little too much, to the point of making a huge dumpling... and it was Brigitte Macron who paid the price!
Brigitte Macron is she dead? Not so fast! Thursday September 8, the general public flooded the Web with messages of condolence and sadness after the announcement made by Buckingham Palace of the death of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II, who died at the age of 96. On Instagram, a star of the small screen was trapped by false information and shared the news of the death of the First Lady, yet very much alive!
This is Océane El Himer, a reality TV candidate who went through The people of Marseilles and The Princes and Princesses of Love, who made this beautiful mistake in the story of his Instagram account followed by a million subscribers. The 29-year-old therefore shared a black and white photo of Brigitte Macron with the caption 'RIP' (Rest in Peace) and a date: 1926-2022. Obviously, she did not tilt for a single second that Emmanuel Macron's wife was not in her nineties... Very quickly, she was alerted to her huge mistake and preferred to explain herself rather than completely delete its publication. Océane El Himer has therefore admitted to having re-shared this photo, which was initially posted on the account of businessman Audren Dimitris, a little quickly. ' By reposting your story, I take the wrath “, wrote the one who lives in Dubai.
Facing bad buzz , in particular mocked by the rapper Booba - who has become the destroyer of reality TV starlets and influencers -, the young lady took the trouble to justify herself, laboriously, following her mistake: ' In no way did I want to make self-mockery or a comparison. I was on Insta, I came across Audren Dimitris' 1st story, so I reposted directly without thinking it was self-mockery, I thought it was real. My apologies to Brigitte Macron. ' An honest message even if Océane El Himer does not seem to understand very well what self-mockery is...
Nah, but here the culture of emptiness is going too far! Stop them, it's no longer possible, we can't take it anymore!!! pic.twitter.com/IQSKf2wfHw
— Booba (@booba) September 8, 2022
It was therefore the British monarch who breathed her last on Thursday, September 8, 2022. She died in her castle in Balmoral, Scotland. It is his eldest son, Prince Charles, who now becomes king in his place. Very quickly, he issued a press release to mourn the death of his mother: ' The death of my beloved mother, Her Majesty the Queen, is a time of great sadness for me and all my family members. We mourn the departure of a beloved sovereign and a beloved mother. I know his loss will be deeply felt by the country, the territories and the Commonwealth, and by so many around the world. In this time of grief and change, my family and I will take comfort in knowing the respect and deep affection there was for the Queen. 'Source journaldesfemmes.fr