Queen Elizabeth’s death certificate leaked; cause of death revealed

Queen Elizabeth's death certificate leaked; cause of death revealed

Queen Elizabeth II, monarch of the United Kingdom of the Great Britain and Northern Ireland’s death certificate has been leaked to the public and cause of death revealed too.

Following a grandiose state funeral at London’s Westminster Abbey attended by international leaders, the Queen was laid to rest. The first funeral for a British monarch to be televised was watched by more than twenty-six million people in the UK on Monday.

The UK’s longest reigning monarch passed on, on September 8th at exactly 15:10 GMT, at her Balmoral residence.

From the leaked death certificate which was intercepted from @theroyalists on Facebook, her majesty’s death was attributed to solely ‘old age’.

There were none other factors that caused her death as people expect or were speculating.

The death certificate was signed by The Princess Royal, Princess Anne.

Queen Elizabeth's death certificate leaked; cause of death revealed
Death certificate of Queen Elizabeth II

Above is a picture of Queen Elizabeth’s death certificate that revealed the cause of her death, a certificate which was leaked.

The Queen in her last days on earth looked frail, and it was not surprising for a 96-year-old lady.

Her Royal Majesty, Queen Elizabeth II’s final resting place, has been revealed in a photo released by Buckingham Palace.

Following a private service by her family, a ledger stone with the late monarch’s name etched on it was placed in the King George VI Memorial Chapel, a wing of the main chapel.

Her parents’ names (King George VI and Queen Elizabeth) as well as the names of the late Queen and her husband, Prince Philip, are inlaid in brass letters on the slab, which was hand carved from Belgian black marble. The two royal couple are divided by a garter star, and next to each name are the years of birth and death.

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Prince Philip, the Queen’s husband whose coffin was initially buried in the Royal Vault beneath St. George’s, where it remained until the Queen’s death passed away in April 2021. Continue reading.

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