Queen Elizabeth II death certificate released


Authorities released the death certificate almost 22 days after Queen Elizabeth II’s death.

Here’s everything you need to know.

How did Queen Elizabeth II die?

The National Records of Scotland recently issued a death certificate for Queen Elizabeth II, Britain’s longest-reigning monarch.

According to reports, she died earlier this month on September 8, 2022 at 3:10 PM British time or 10:10 AM EST at Balmoral Castle in Vallarter, Scotland.

Moreover, at the time Buckingham Palace issued a statement stating that the queen had “died peacefully” at the age of 96.

The cause of her death has since been unknown. However, recent reports have revealed the cause of her death.

According to the most recent report, the monarch died of ‘old age’ with no other contributing factors.

The Queen’s daughter, Princess Anne, was also registered as a dead reporter. Anne said she was lucky to be able to share ‘my last 24 hours. [her] The life of the mother I love the most,” he said in an official statement after her mother’s death.

Dr. Douglas James Allan Glass certified the Queen’s death. Buckingham Palace called him the ‘Queen’s Pharmacist’, her doctor of Scotland.

Meanwhile, Buckingham Palace announced the Queen’s death at 6:30 pm British time or 1:30 pm EST. However, there are few reports of Prime Minister Liz Truss being notified privately at 4:30 PM UK time.

Queen Elizabeth II dies at ‘old age’

According to the BBC, the coroner noted that in some ‘very limited circumstances’ ‘old age’ could be recorded as the sole cause of death.

He continued, ‘It was a case of observing the gradual decline of a qualified doctor after long-term personal care.’ If doctors are not aware of any identifiable disease or injury that causes death, then old age may be cited as a major contributing factor.’

Queen Elizabeth II’s death certificate claims she died of an ‘old man’, but over time, Buckingham Palace has signaled several health problems facing the queen.

Earlier this year, the Queen was reported to have tested positive for COVID-19.

Meanwhile, Buckingham Palace issued a statement to further elaborate on the health condition.

The report stated that ‘Your Majesty is suffering from mild cold-like symptoms, but expects to continue light work at Windsor over the next week.’

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