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Queen Elizabeth II cause of death revealed on her death certificate



Queen Elizabeth II cause of death

Queen Elizabeth II cause of death: According to her official death certificate, which made no mention of any contributing causes, Queen Elizabeth II passed away due to “old age.”

The National Records of Scotland on Thursday revealed excerpts from the queen’s death certificate, which indicated that the 96-year-old monarch passed away at 3:10 p.m. local time. This specificity, along with others, gives us a window into the day she passed away.

Queen Elizabeth II cause of death

At Balmoral Castle, the royal home in the Scottish highlands where she spent her summer holidays, the queen passed away on September 8. The palace issued a highly unusual statement that day at 12:32 p.m. stating that her doctors were worried about her health. Queen Elizabeth II cause of death

The information quickly circulated, and it was soon made public that Prince William and Prince Harry were among those going to the queen’s bedside.

A second palace statement read, “The queen passed peacefully at Balmoral this afternoon,” at 6.30 p.m. The time of death reveals that only Charles and Anne, the queen’s two oldest children, had arrived at Balmoral by that point.

Princess Anne released a statement a few days after the queen passed away in which she said, “I was blessed to spend the last 24 hours of my darling mother’s life.”

She is identified as the “informant” in the official record as the sole daughter of the queen. That indicates that she was the relative who filled out the necessary papers, as every family in Scotland does after a death, to register the death.

The deceased’s title on the document is “Her Majesty The Queen.” There is only one reason of death listed in the records. Queen Elizabeth II cause of death

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