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Elizabeth II's death report published

Old age was the cause of the monarch's death.

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The National Archives of Scotland has published a death certificate of Queen Elizabeth II, who died on September 8 at the age of 97 in her castle Balmoral.

According to the information provided, Her Majesty's old age was the cause of death. She died at 15:10 local time, and was the first to be notified of the departure of the monarch to another world by her daughter, Princess Anna, who was with her mother for the last days of her life.

Conclusion about death of Elizabeth II

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After the death of the queen in the UK, the implementation of the plan for the funeral of the monarch “London Bridge” immediately began. Farewell to the longest-reigning queen in the history of the country lasted 10 days.

The monarch's state funeral was held at Westminster Abbey in London on September 19, bringing together 2,000 leaders and members of the royal family from around the world. The service was followed by a memorial service at St George's Chapel, Windsor Castle, where she was later buried in a private ceremony next to her husband Prince Philip, her father, King George VI, her mother, Queen Elizabeth the Queen Mother, and her sister, Princess Margaret.

The web has already shown the grave of Her Majesty, where people still go to say goodbye to the legend.

The new king of Great Britain was her son, who is now called Charles III. He has already announced cuts in his press office, and has also taken a course on saving the costs of the monarchy.