Death certificate published: authority announces cause of death of the queen
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death certificate published
Authority announces cause of death of Queen
29/09/2022, 5:13 PM
Queen Elizabeth II dies at Balmoral Castle on September 8 at age 96. Before her death, the monarch had been struggling with health problems for quite some time. Her death certificate, which has now been published, provides information about the cause of death and who informed authorities.
Britain’s Queen Elizabeth II has died of old age. This is evident from the death certificate of the monarch, who died on September 8 at the age of 96 at her Scottish estate Balmoral. She died at 3:10 p.m. local time (4:10 p.m. BST), according to the extract of the document released by a Scottish authority.
According to the death certificate, authorities were notified of the Queen’s death by her daughter Princess Anne. “I was lucky enough to spend the last 24 hours of my mother’s life with her,” the 72-year-old said after the Queen’s death. The public heard at 6:30 p.m. local time that the monarch “died peacefully at Balmoral Castle”.
In the weeks and months before her death, the 96-year-old had to repeatedly cancel appointments for health reasons such as limited mobility. When it finally became clear on September 8 that the 96-year-old was in bad shape, senior members of the royal family rushed to Balmoral Castle. In addition to Princess Anne, the current King Charles and his wife Camilla were also present. However, the Queen’s other children, Prince Andrew and Prince Edward, and their grandchildren, Prince William and Prince Harry, did not make it to their deathbeds.
Elizabeth II was buried on September 19 at a historic state funeral in the grounds of Windsor Castle. The castle and church in which she was buried have been open to visitors since Thursday. Hundreds of people gathered in front of the castle west of London. The Queen was buried in a side chapel of the church with her husband Prince Philip, who died last year, her sister Margaret and her parents.