Queen Elizabeth II dies at 96
Queen Elizabeth II of Britain has died at Balmoral Palace in Scotland, Buckingham Castle announced on Thursday.
The Royal Family said in a statement – –
“The Queen died peacefully at Balmoral This afternoon. The king and The Queen consort will remain at Balmoral this evening and will return to London tomorrow.”
New knowledge about the Queen’s death came hours after Buckingham Royal home said in a clarification that following an evaluation, experts were concerned for her prosperity and had decided to hold her under clinical watch.
The Royal palace said at the time that the 96-year-old ruler was “pleasing.”
Prince Charles and his soul mate Camilla, the Duchess of Cornwall, went out to Scotland to go with the Queen at Balmoral on Thursday, as did the Queen’s grandsons Prince William and Prince Harry.
The Queen missed different events in the months making ready for her death, raising stresses over her prosperity as specialists pitched her “adaptability issues.”
Last year, the Queen lost her husband Prince Philip, whose death was announced by Her Highness “with significant trouble.”
As of late, the Queen appointed new Prime Minister Liz Truss at Balmoral as opposed to Buckingham Royal home, in a break from tradition.
The Queen’s passing means her eldest son Charles, the prince of wales, is by and by the King. Charles gave his most noteworthy attestation as King on Thursday mourning the death of his mother.