Queen Elizabeth II’s Death Certificate Cites Cause of Death

After weeks of weeks after Queen Elizabeth II’s passing, her death certificate was submitted, and it mentions the officially recognized cause of her death. As per TMZ, the official document states that the late Royal died at 3:10 pm local time on the 8th of September in Balmoral Castle in Scotland. The cause of her death is identified by the word “Old age.”

Queen Elizabeth II was the longest-reigning ruler of the United Kingdom and the other Commonwealth realms at the time of her death were 96 years old at the time of her death which occurred less than 18 months after the demise of Prince Philip, Duke of Edinburgh, her husband of over 73 years. The Queen died at Balmoral, her beloved palace in the Scottish Highlands, purchased by her great-great-grandfather Prince Albert for Queen Victoria in 1852. Grandchildren and children surrounded her. Charles, her son, who is her eldest, succeeds her as the leader of the British monarchy.

” The Queen died peacefully at Balmoral today afternoon. The King and the Queen Consort will be at Balmoral tonight and return to London on the morning of tomorrow,” the palace said in the statement. “Flags all over the U.K. were brought down to half-mast before an hour of silence across the country and the beginning of a time in mourning.”

Born on the 21st of April 1926, Elizabeth took the throne in 1953 following her father’s death, King George VI. The Queen is survived by four children, Charles, Prince of Wales; Anne, Princess Royal; Prince Andrew, Duke of York and Prince Edward, Earl of Wessex. She is also survived by several grandchildren and great-grandchildren, including Prince William, Duke of Cambridge, and Prince Harry, Duke of Sussex. He is the husband of the former American actor Meghan Markle. Additionally, Queen Elizabeth also had eight great-grandchildren.

King Charles III made his first public address in the wake of the passing of Queen Elizabeth and the newly elected British monarch declared “profound sadness” for his mother’s death. “We are in the most profound debt that a family could possibly owe to their Mother for all her and affection as well as her wisdom, guidance, understanding and examples,” the incoming King of England declared in a pre-recorded text message, as reported by The NY Times.

“Our values have not changed and will remain,” Charles also said and expressed his optimism that the United Kingdom will prosper in the coming years. The United Kingdom. Charles also assured U.K. citizens that the “promise of lifetime dedication to the country” his mother made is one that “I reiterate to you throughout the day.” The King also stated that his father’s family is “feeling deeply sad” in the wake of the death of his maternal grandmother. In his tribute to his mother after his speech, Charles stated, “Thank you for your dedication and love… will the voices of angels sing to rest in peace.”

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