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Queen Elizabeth’s death certificate confirms the monarch died of old age

The National Records of Scotland released Queen Elizabeth II’s death certificate on Thursday, exactly three weeks after the queen died on September 8.

The Death Register entry lists the queen’s cause of death as “old age”. The 96-year-old sovereign “died peacefully” in Balmoral, Scotland.

The time of his death is documented as 3:10pm British Summer Time, which was more than three hours before the public was informed at 6:30pm BST.

Elizabeth’s occupation reads as “Her Majesty the Queen”.

The queen’s only daughter, Princess Anne, is listed as an informant in her death.

In a statement from the National Records of Scotland, the department confirmed that the queen’s death was recorded in Aberdeenshire on September 16.

An excerpt published by the National Records of Scotland on Thursday from Queen Elizabeth’s entry on the Death Register.

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According to reports, King Charles III, Queen Consort Camilla and Princess Anne were next to the queen when she died, although we now know that Prince William, Prince Andrew, Prince Edward and Sophie, Countess of Wessex arrived at Balmoral nearly two hours after the queen’s death.

Prince Harry’s plane landed in Aberdeen, which is an hour’s drive from Balmoral. about 15 minutes after the royal family announced the queen’s death.

The Duke and Duchess of Sussex, who are now based in Montecito, California, were in the UK at the time for a charity event.

Shortly after the palace confirmed the queen’s death, Charles issued a statement remembering his “beloved” mother.

“We deeply regret the passing of a dearly beloved Sovereign and a dearly beloved Mother,” he said, adding: “During this period of mourning and change, my family and I will be comforted and sustained by our knowledge of respect and deep affection in the that The Queen was so widely celebrated.”

Prince William;  Prince Andrew;  Sophia, Countess of Wessex;  and Prince Edward in a photo driving to Balmoral Castle on September 8 in Aberdeen, Scotland.
Prince William; Prince Andrew; Sophia, Countess of Wessex; and Prince Edward in a photo driving to Balmoral Castle on September 8 in Aberdeen, Scotland.

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Following the queen’s death, the palace announced that the official royal period of mourning would be extended up to seven days later the queen’s funeral

The late monarch’s state funeral, attended by more than 2,000 people, was held on September 19.

Before the funeral, the queen’s coffin lay in state for four days, giving mourners a chance to pay their respects to the queen, who reigned for 70 years.

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King Charles III, Camilla, the Queen Consort, Prince Harry and Meghan, Duchess of Sussex watch as Queen Elizabeth II’s coffin is placed in the hearse after the state funeral at Westminster Abbey.

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Prince Harry looks down as King Charles III and Princess Anne wave during the Queen’s funeral.

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Princess Charlotte of Wales and Prince George of Wales arrive at Queen Elizabeth II’s state funeral at Westminster Abbey.

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Royal corgis await the funeral procession on September 19, 2022.

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The Duchess of Sussex sits in a car as she attends Queen Elizabeth II’s State Funeral and Burial.

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Flowers in the hearse that carries the coffin of Queen Elizabeth II on her arrival at Windsor Castle.

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Emma, ​​the monarch’s fallen pony, stands as the ceremonial procession from the queen’s coffin arrives at Windsor Castle for the burial service.

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Prince Harry and Prince William follow the hearse carrying the Queen’s coffin towards St George’s Chapel.

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The Princess of Wales looks out the window of the car following the queen’s coffin as it travels from Westminster Abbey to Wellington Arch in London.

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Princess Charlotte of Wales appears to be in tears after the state funeral of her great-grandmother, Queen Elizabeth II.

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Members of the royal family watch as the Imperial State Crown is removed from Queen Elizabeth II’s coffin during the burial service at St George’s Chapel.


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