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Wednesday, February 8, 2023

70yearsonthrone

Death Certificate Shows Queen Elizabeth Died of ‘Old Age’

According to her death certificate, Queen Elizabeth II died of “old age.”

No other contributing factor was listed.

The death record revealed that she died at 3:10 pm, approximately three hours before it was officially announced to the public.

Her death was registered in Aberdeenshire by her daughter Princess Anne who spent the last 24 hours with the Queen.

The Queen’s entry in the register of deaths.

The  96-year-old had been experiencing sporadic mobility problems during the final stages of her life and used a walking stick to attend to duties in public.

On the day of her death, Buckingham Palace released a statement just after 12.30 p.m. stating that doctors were “concerned for her health” and she was resting “comfortably” at Balmoral Castle.

Her death was officially announced at 6:30 pm.

Elizabeth II was the longest-serving monarchy, spending 70 years on the throne.

Queen Elizabeth II Celebrated as Longest Serving British Monarch While Battling Mobility Problems

Queen Elizabeth II is celebrating 70 years on the British throne and the United Kingdom is throwing street celebrations.

Why it matters

Queen Elizabeth II, head of the Commonwealth, is the longest-serving British monarchy in history. The 96-year-old queen, ascended to the throne on Feb. 6, 1952, following the death of her father, King George VI.

Seventy years on the British throne is a once-in-a-generation celebration.

According to Time Magazine, she is the world’s third longest-ruling monarch in modern history.

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The big story

As she gets older, Queen Elizabeth has suffered physical challenges identified as episodic mobility in recent months, which prevented her from traveling and participating in national events.

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What’s happening

The Queen and members of the royal family gathered on the Buckingham Palace balcony for the 70-aircaft flypast.

Thousands of people flocked to central London for the jubilee celebrations, which began with the Queen’s birthday parade, known as Trooping the Colour.

The Platinum Jubilee celebration included the traditional Trooping the Color birthday parade, a star-studded concert led by Diana Ross and thousands of street parties across the UK.

In her honor, the four-day celebration will end on June 5th.
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