Queen Elizabeth’s Cause Of Death Confirms What We Suspected

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Queen Elizabeth II died on September 8 at the age of 96, after 70 years on the throne. Queen Elizabeth II spent her final moments at Balmoral Castle in Scotland, a country that was very near in dear to her heart, per BBC. The queen’s death spurred widespread mourning from people all across the globe. Of course, her home country of England expressed their grief in the most momentous ways. According to PBS, thousands of people braved chilly temperatures and exposure to the elements to flock to Westminster Hall for the chance to pay their respects to the queen prior to her funeral. Queen Elizabeth smiling© Wpa Pool/Getty Images Queen Elizabeth smiling

In the immediate moments after Queen Elizabeth II’s death, King Charles III extended the period of royal mourning past the eight days which are standard for national mourning. “Following the death of Her Majesty The Queen, it is His Majesty The King’s wish that a period of Royal Mourning be observed from now until seven days after The Queen’s Funeral,” King Charles III said in a statement, per Newsweek. Given that the queen’s funeral took place on September 19, the period of royal mourning ended on September 26. 

Now, just over a week after Queen Elizabeth II’s funeral and private burial, we now know her cause of death and it’s exactly what we suspected.

Queen Elizabeth Died Of Old Age

Queen Elizabeth at a public event© Chris Jackson/Getty Images Queen Elizabeth at a public event

Queen Elizabeth II’s official cause of death has been revealed. On September 19, the National Records of Scotland published her death certificate, which revealed that she died at 3:10 p.m. EST from “old” age. Within the document, you see that the queen’s daughter, Princess Anne signed the death certificate, via People.

In the month’s leading up to Queen Elizabeth II’s passing, she experienced a few concerning health issues. In June of this year, the queen was noticeably absent from key events during her Platinum Jubilee, which celebrated her 70th year on the throne. A statement made by Buckingham Palace to Harper’s Bazaaar cited mobility issues on the queen’s part. “Her Majesty enjoyed today immensely, but episodic mobility issues were experienced during the course of the day,” read the statement in part. In February, the queen suffered from a bout of coronavirus that left her “very tired and exhausted,” per BBC

In fact, according to Today, the late monarch’s public presence was especially scarce during the spring.  

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Queen Elizabeth II died on September 8 at the age of 96, after 70 years on the throne. Queen Elizabeth II spent her final moments at Balmoral Castle in Scotland, a country that was very near in dear to her heart, per BBC. The queen’s death spurred widespread mourning from people all across the globe. Of course, her home country of England expressed their grief in the most momentous ways. According to PBS, thousands of people braved chilly temperatures and exposure to the elements to flock to Westminster Hall for the chance to pay their respects to the queen prior to her funeral. Queen Elizabeth smiling© Wpa Pool/Getty Images Queen Elizabeth smiling

In the immediate moments after Queen Elizabeth II’s death, King Charles III extended the period of royal mourning past the eight days which are standard for national mourning. “Following the death of Her Majesty The Queen, it is His Majesty The King’s wish that a period of Royal Mourning be observed from now until seven days after The Queen’s Funeral,” King Charles III said in a statement, per Newsweek. Given that the queen’s funeral took place on September 19, the period of royal mourning ended on September 26. 

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Now, just over a week after Queen Elizabeth II’s funeral and private burial, we now know her cause of death and it’s exactly what we suspected.

Queen Elizabeth Died Of Old Age

Queen Elizabeth at a public event© Chris Jackson/Getty Images Queen Elizabeth at a public event

Queen Elizabeth II’s official cause of death has been revealed. On September 19, the National Records of Scotland published her death certificate, which revealed that she died at 3:10 p.m. EST from “old” age. Within the document, you see that the queen’s daughter, Princess Anne signed the death certificate, via People.

In the month’s leading up to Queen Elizabeth II’s passing, she experienced a few concerning health issues. In June of this year, the queen was noticeably absent from key events during her Platinum Jubilee, which celebrated her 70th year on the throne. A statement made by Buckingham Palace to Harper’s Bazaaar cited mobility issues on the queen’s part. “Her Majesty enjoyed today immensely, but episodic mobility issues were experienced during the course of the day,” read the statement in part. In February, the queen suffered from a bout of coronavirus that left her “very tired and exhausted,” per BBC

In fact, according to Today, the late monarch’s public presence was especially scarce during the spring.  

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