LONDON -- Royal staff were called to an emergency meeting at Buckingham Palace early Thursday morning in London.
The information was first reported by the Daily Mail. The Royal Standard, a flag which signifies when Queen Elizabeth II is inside the palace, was up, according to ABC News.
The palace did not release a statement or comment about the meeting.
The news set off a frenzy on social media with people speculating on what the emergency meeting could be about, ranging from the death of Prince Philip to Prince Harry's relationship.
Buckingham Palace calls emergency meeting, causes social media frenzy
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