The cause of the death of Queen Elizabeth II on the 8th at the age of 96 was “old age”, as revealed in her official death certificate, published today by the Scottish Civil Registry.
The document released by the so-called Scottish National Records indicates the monarch’s time of death as 3:10 p.m. local time (2:10 p.m. GMT) on September 8.
The sovereign died at her residence on balmoral castle (Scotland), surrounded by close relatives in her last hours, without Buckingham Palace – her official address in London – then revealing the reason for her death.
The monarch had been being treated at her home for a few days by doctors, who hours before her death reported that her health had worsened, without giving details.
Months before her death, Isabel II had significantly reduced her public commitments and Palacio had admitted that she suffered from mobility problems.
Isabel II was buried in the chapel of San Jorge, in the windsor castleon the 19th after having reigned for 70 years.