Even the royal family is no exception. Scottish law demands an answer regarding the departure of Elizabeth II. There will be access to private information
The queen's death certificate is to be made public soon.
Elizabeth II died on September 8, and an era in the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland ended.
Although the queen was already 96 years old and her health had deteriorated significantly in recent months, the news of her death shocked the whole world. There was a formal farewell last Monday, but it does not mean that the topic is over.
Portal & ldquo; Jastrząb Post & rdquo; reports that a lot of speculation is still caused by the exact cause of the departure of Elizabeth II, because two days earlier she officially received the new prime minister, Liz Truss. It was only the Buckingham Palace's announcement that the state of health had worsened and that her relatives hastily headed for Balmoral Castle in Scotland, where she stayed until the very end.
Although, according to relatives, the queen died peacefully, experts are not entirely convinced of it, suggesting a stroke or heart attack.
As it turns out, we will soon have official confirmation because the official death certificate will be released. Usually such information is private, but the monarch died in Scotland and the law requires disclosure there.
The government said the royal family has time to deliver the document until the end of the mourning period, on Tuesday 27 September.
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