Details of Queen’s death revealed

Details of queen's death revealed

Sky News published this video item, entitled “Details of Queen’s death revealed” – below is their description.

The Queen died from old age, according to her death certificate.

The document also said she died at 15:10 BST in Balmoral Castle in Scotland on 8 September.

Hundreds of people queued outside Windsor Castle for a chance to see where The Queen was buried when the Castle reopened to the public.

Sky’s Royal Correspondent Laura Bundock reports.

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