Queen Elizabeth II died at age 96 on September. 8, but the reason for death was not known. Following a few days, more details have arisen after Queen Elizabeth II’s death earlier this month.
As per her death certificate disclosed by the National Records of Scotland on September 29, the reason for the Queen’s passing was revealed to be old age.
The British Monarch died at her Balmoral Palace home on September 8 at age 96 — denoting the end of her 70-year rule on the privileged position. Her death certificate affirmed she died at 3:10 p.m. local time in Aberdeenshire, Scotland.
The details about the Queen’s passing came only hours after Buckingham Castle informed the public that doctors were worried over her health after an assessment.
Following the fresh details about her demise, the world shared emotional tributes to honor Her Highness, including her oldest son, who is now Lord Charles III, who rose the lofty position after her passing.
Queen Elizabeth II previously shared her hopes for King Charles III to be well-received within his new title, alongside wife Camilla Parker Bowles, now Queen Consort. She noted in a Feb. 5 statement,
“When in the fullness of time, my son Charles becomes King, I know you will give him and his wife Camilla the same support that you have given me.”
Back in June 2022, Queen Elizabeth II reflected on her reign as the Platinum Jubilee—which served as a multi-day affair to honor her service—came to a close. She sat out of some scheduled events due to feelings of discomfort.