Prince Philip died of old disease: Royal death certificate suggests that no disease occurred when he passed away peacefully at Windsor, aged 99.
- Prince Philip’s death certificate revealed he died of an old disease.
- He died at age 99 last month, with Buckingham Palace saying ‘calm’.
- It has been shown that there are no diseases or other injuries that cause deception.
Duke of Edinburgh dies of old disease and death certificate reveals
Prince Philip died peacefully at the age of 99 last month, Buckingham Palace announced at the time.
Yesterday, the official announcement of his death was disclosed. Given that the cause of death was just ‘old age’
It was endorsed by Sir Huw Thomas, Head of the Royal Family’s Medical Service.
The term “aging” is accepted in cases where the patient is over 80 years of age and if the physician has personally supervised the patient for a long period of time, noting the gradual decline.
It showed that there were no other identifiable diseases or injuries that caused death, including a heart condition that forced him to undergo surgery just weeks before his death, according to The Daily Telegraph. Which received a certificate
Prince Philip died peacefully at the age of 99 last month, Buckingham Palace announced at the time. The official announcement of his death was disclosed yesterday, stating that the cause of death was simply ‘old age’.
Duke’s death was registered to the Royal Borough of Windsor and Maidenhead by his personal secretary Brigadier Archie Miller-Bakewell on April 13, four days after his death.
The certificate is as important to the Greek duke’s cultural heritage as his own surname Mountbatten, who is said to have fought for the royal family to use.
The Duke’s full list is: ‘His Royal Highness The Prince Philip, Duke of Edinburgh, formerly Prince Philippos of Greece and Denmark, formerly Philip Mountbatten.’
The certificate shows his career as ‘Naval Officer’, a successful career that he is immensely proud of and ‘Prince of the United Kingdom’
It showed that there were no other identifiable diseases or injuries that caused death, including a heart condition that forced him to undergo surgery just weeks before his death, according to The Daily Telegraph. Get a certificate (pictured: Prince Philip’s Coffin)
His second career is described as ‘Husband of Queen Elizabeth II the Sovereignty’
As an informant, Mr. Miller-Bakwell’s qualifications were identified as ‘Making the body be buried’
Miller-Bakwell was the head of a small, faithful team who followed the Duke’s coffin as he made his way to St George’s Chapel from Windsor Castle to hold his funeral on the day. 17 April
Since the beginning of the coronavirus outbreak, the council has asked to register all deaths over the phone.
Even if it is usually a relative who is registered for the death, anyone who is in the death, a resident of the home where the death occurred, or who is dealing with the funeral director is permitted to do so.
There is a legal requirement to register the death within five days.
His second career is described as ‘Husband of Queen Elizabeth II, The Sovereign’ (pictured together)