Queen Elizabeth II’s cause of death revealed
The cause of death of Britain’s former ruler, Queen Elizabeth II, has been revealed.
According to his death certificate, it was stated that the monarch died of old age.
Queen Elizabeth II died, aged 96, at Balmoral surrounded by members of the Royal Family earlier this month.
The document, which was released by National Records of Scotland on Thursday September 29, says the late monarch died at Balmoral Castle near Ballater on September 8, 2022 at 3.10pm.
Prince Philip, husband of Queen Elizabeth for 73 years, who died aged 99 in April 2021, also died of old age, according to his death certificate.
The Royal Family have released a statement informing the public of Her Majesty’s passing.
The statement read: “The Queen died peacefully this afternoon at Balmoral. The King and Queen consort will spend this evening and tomorrow at Balmoral before returning to London.
She ascended to the throne after the death of her father, King George VI, on February 6, 1952, while touring Australia and New Zealand with her late husband, Prince Philip. She was the eldest daughter of King George VI.
On February 6, the country’s longest-reigning monarch celebrated her historic Platinum Jubilee, marking 70 years as head of state.
She was crowned at the age of 27 the following year during her coronation. During her incredible reign, she traveled more than any previous queen and became one of the most adored personalities on earth.
15 different prime ministers served throughout his reign.
King Charles, Anne, the Princess Royal, Prince Andrew, Duke of York and Prince Edward, Earl of Wessex are his four surviving children.