Queen Elizabeth’s cause of death was old age, her death certificate has revealed.
The document published by the National Records of Scotland on Thursday stated that the mornach died at 3:10PM on September 8 at Balmoral Castle in Balatter.
In the document, old age was only listed as the cause of death with no other contributing factors mentioned.
The Registrar General of Scotland, Paul Lowe confirmed that the death was registered in the village of Aberdeenshire, and her usual place of residence as Windsor Castle.
Buckingham Palace had initially issued a statement that Queen Elizabeth had “died peacefully” and that she had been suffering from “episodic mobility problems” since the start of last year forcing her to withdraw from nearly all her public engagements.
The document issued today gives her forenames as Elizabeth Alexandra Mary, and shows her occupation was “Her Majesty the Queen.”
This certificate was signed by the Princess Royal who was by her side together with his son Prince Charles.