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 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.