LONDON — Britain’s Queen Elizabeth II died of previous age, based on her demise certificates launched Thursday.
The certificates says that Elizabeth Alexandra Mary Windsor died at 3.10 p.m. on Sept. 8 at Balmoral Citadel in japanese Scotland. The reason for the 96-year-old monarch’s demise was listed as “previous age.”
Her occupation is listed as “Her Majesty The Queen.”
Britain’s longest reigning monarch died hours after the palace revealed she was being stored beneath “medical supervision” whereas staying at Balmoral, the place the royal household rushed to be by her aspect.
Her demise was adopted by 10 days of official mourning and a grand procession of occasions that had been adopted world wide, culminating in her state funeral in London and burial at Windsor.
The certificates was launched on Thursday by the Nationwide Data of Scotland, which confirmed that her demise was registered by the registrar common for Scotland, Paul Lowe, in Aberdeenshire on Sept. 16.