The Queen’s death certificate has now been published three weeks after the death of Queen Elizabeth II.
Windsor – Queen Elizabeth II died on September 8 at the age of 96. Exactly eleven days later, the Queen was buried in a side chapel of St George’s Chapel at Windsor Castle.
There had been plenty of speculation about the death of Queen Elizabeth II. More and more voices were raised in order to conclude possible causes of death based on supposed spots or similar skin changes on the queen. But now the Queen’s death certificate has been released and the cause of death has been determined.
Queen Elizabeth’s death certificate released
Queen Elizabeth’s death certificate was published by the Scottish National Archives. Accordingly, the queen died because of her “old age” (in German: “old age”). The death certificate also records the exact time of the Queen’s death: September 8, 3:10 p.m. (local time), three and a half hours before her death was announced by the palace.
Meanwhile, on Thursday (September 29), Windsor Castle and St. George’s Chapel, where the Queen was buried, were reopened to visitors for the first time since the death of Britain’s Queen Elizabeth II. Hundreds of people lined up early this morning to visit the Queen’s former weekend residence and tomb, British news agency PA reported.
Queen Elizabeth II had spent most of the last years of her life in Windsor, around 40 kilometers west of London, where she had lived as a teenager during the Second World War. (slo with material from dpa)