Queen Elizabeth II died on September 8, 2022. Monarchini was 96 years old, and had been on the throne for 70 years.
Although the ruler was very old, her departure was known to be expected, but her death came as a huge shock. After all, she had welcomed the new Prime Minister of the United Kingdom, Liz Truss, just two days earlier.
There was no indication that the worst was about to happen. However, on 8 September the palace announced that the Queen’s condition had worsened, and that her relatives had gone to Balmoral to bid her farewell.
A few hours later the queen died. Many began to question the cause of her death.
As the statement said, Elizabeth II “died peacefully.” However, the official cause of death was not revealed.
But people are starting to wonder why death came “so quickly”. A doctor speculated on Australian television that “heart disease or stroke” was most likely involved, and did not rule out a heart attack.
Some have reported that the Queen succumbed to COVID-19 in February, is also experiencing increasing mobility issues, and has recently lost weight.
Now it turns out that we will soon discover the true cause of death. Elizabeth II died in Scotland, and local law required the death certificate to be submitted within seven days. This was stated in the 1965 law on the registration of births, deaths and marriages.
If the Queen dies in England, her family will not have such an obligation, since the requirement to disclose the causes of death and give the causes of death does not apply to monarchs.
However, the Scottish government has said it will not seek a death certificate until the mourning period is over. It is expected to last until September 27.
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