Queen’s death certificate released: Records reveal she died from ‘old age’ 

The Queen’s death certificate is released: Records reveal monarch died from ‘old age’ at 3.10pm on September 8 at Balmoral – with Princess Anne named as ‘informant’


The Queen died of ‘old age’, Her Majesty’s newly-published death certificate revealed today. 

The 96-year-old monarch died at Balmoral Castle on Thursday September 8 at 3.10pm – more than three hours before the public was informed.

The death certificate, released by National Records of Scotland, cites her as dying of ‘old age’. The informant of her death was the Princess Royal, Queen Elizabeth II’s daughter Princess Anne.

The historic document, which gives the monarch’s occupation as ‘Her Majesty The Queen, reveals that only King Charles and his only sister were by their mother’s side when she died in Aberdeenshire.

Prince William, Prince Andrew, Prince Edward and his wife, Sophie Countess of Wessex, were in the air when the Queen passed away. They had been racing to Balmoral took off from RAF Northolt in South Ruislip, west London, at 2.39pm, landing an hour later.

Prince Harry was not on the plane with his brother and had to make his own journey to Scotland on a jet from Luton, after his grandmother have died. He landed landed in Aberdeen at 6.46pm, 16 minutes after the Palace made its announcement.

Revealed: The Queen’s death certificate has been released and says her cause of death was ‘old age’

The last photo taken of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II - two days before she died

The last photo taken of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II – two days before she died

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