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Queen Elizabeth II died of 'old age', death certificate reveals
London: Britain's Queen Elizabeth II died of 'old age' on September 8, according to her death certificate released by the national records office of Scotland on Thursday.
The certificate stated that Queen died at 3:10 pm (local time) and at Balmoral Castle. the cause of her death was listed as "old age."
Britain's longest-serving monarch died hours after the palace said that the Queen was under medical supervision at Balmoral after the doctors expressed their concern over her health.
The Queen, born on 21 April 1926 at 17 Bruton Street in Mayfair, London, was the first child of The Duke and Duchess of York - who later became King George VI - and Queen Elizabeth.
Her death was followed by 10 days of official mourning and a grand procession of events that were followed around the world, culminating in her state funeral in London and burial at Windsor.
President Draupadi Murmu was among many world leaders in attendance for the funeral, even as King Charles III and other members of the British royal family walked behind the queen's coffin during the procession.
Crowds watched as the state hearse passed through London, with some throwing flowers in the direction of the convoy. Murmu was accompanied by foreign secretary Vinay Kwatra during the funeral ceremony.
The coffin of Queen Elizabeth II was lowered into Royal Vault at Windsor Castle in London after the committal service.
World leaders from American President Joe Biden to French President Emmanuel Macron joined members of the public in observing two-minute silence in memory of Queen Elizabeth II as the funeral service ended here with the recitation of "God Save the King", the reworded national anthem today.
The coffin of the longest-serving monarch of the United Kingdom was carried at Westminster Abbey in London with the Royal family members and top world leaders in attendance.
Numerous guests ranging from political heads of countries to distinct royal family members and dignitaries from across the world landed in the UK for the funeral of Queen Elizabeth II.
A state funeral means that the UK government has officially declared the day of the funeral as a bank holiday. President Murmu arrived in London to attend Queen Elizabeth II's state funeral on September 17 and offered condolences on behalf of the government of India. (ANI)