Queen Elizabeth II’s cause of death given as ‘old age’ – BBC News

Queen elizabeth ii's cause of death given as 'old age' - bbc news

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Queen Elizabeth II died of “old age”, according to her death certificate, which has been released by the National Records of Scotland.

According to the certificate, the Queen died at 15:10 on 8 September in Balmoral Castle, at the age of 96.

Princess Anne is recorded as the person providing the information about the Queen’s death.

When she was alive there was a curtain of privacy around the Queen’s health, and in her death there remains some restraint.

Her cause of death is recorded as “old age”, without any further details.

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