Prince Philip’s Official Cause of Death Revealed in Death Certificate

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The Duke of Edinburgh’s lead to of death is mentioned as ‘old age,’ two weeks soon after he was laid to relaxation in a private funeral at St George’s Chapel, Windsor Castle.

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Prince Philip’s formal lead to of dying has been uncovered, almost a month immediately after his passing. In accordance to his death certificate, he died of “outdated age,” with no other clinical disorders determined as contributing variables in his loss of life.

As puzzling as it may perhaps sound, “outdated age” can be outlined as a cause of demise for sufferers about 80 whose well being slowly declines, as noticed by their prolonged-phrase medical doctor, in accordance to The Telegraph which obtained the death certification. The loss of life certificate was qualified by Sir Huw Thomas, who heads the royal healthcare home.

As known publicly, the Duke of Edinburgh had a selection of conditions in his later 12 months, like a coronary heart scare that led to his hospitalization in February. He underwent a treatment for his coronary heart situation on March 3 and was discharged from the medical center on March 16.

The demise certification in addition lists Prince Philip’s very first occupation as Naval Officer. His next occupation is stated as “husband of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II, The Sovereign.”

Prince Philip died on April 9 at the age of 99 as the oldest-at any time male member of the British royal loved ones. Buckingham Palace said in a assertion at the time, “His Royal Highness handed absent peacefully this early morning at Windsor Castle.” His daughter-in-regulation Sophie, Countess of Wessex, explained his dying as “…so light. It was just like anyone took him by the hand and off he went.” The Queen was reportedly at her husband’s bedside when he died.

The partner of Queen Elizabeth II was laid to relaxation in a private funeral attended by only quick associates of the royal relatives on April 17 at St George’s Chapel, Windsor Castle. He was interred in the Royal Vault inside of St George’s. On the Queen’s dying, his stays will be moved to the King George VI Memorial Chapel inside of St George’s, wherever they will be buried upcoming to each other.

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