Queen Elizabeth II died of old age on September 8 says her death certificate. She died at her Balmoral Castle in the Scottish Highlands at the age of 96.
She was the longest serving monarch in British history and served the nation for 70 years from 1952 to 2022. The death certificate was released by the National Records of Scotland. It shows that her death was registered on September 16 by the Queen’s only daughter Princess Anne. If the Queen had passed away in England, there would not have been any necessity to register her death but since she died in Scotland, her death had to be registered.
The death was certified by Douglas James Allan Glass, a local General Practitioner in the village of Braemar near Balmoral. The Queen’s health had been on the decline since October 2021 and she was forced to cancel many official engagements due to her poor health.