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Prince Philip died of ‘old age’, the official death certificate reveals



Prince Philip dies of ‘old age’: Royal’s death certificate suggests no single illness was to blame when he died peacefully in Windsor, aged 99 last month

  • Prince Philips’ death certificate has revealed that he died in old age
  • He died at the age of 99 last month with Buckingham Palace and said it was ‘peaceful’
  • This suggests that there was no other illness or injury that contributed to the seat

The Duke of Edinburgh died of ‘old age’, his death certificate reveals.

Prince Philip died ‘peacefully’ at the age of 99 last month, Buckingham Palace announced at the time.

Yesterday, his official obituary was revealed. It is said that the cause of death was simply ‘old age’.

It was certified by Sir Huw Thomas, head of the Royal Medical Household.

The description ‘old age’ is accepted if the patient is over 80 years of age and if the doctor has personally cared for the patient for a long time and observed a gradual decline.

It suggests there was no other identifiable illness or injury that contributed to the death, including the heart condition that forced him to undergo a surgical procedure just weeks before he died, according to The Daily Telegraph, which obtained the certificate.

Prince Philip died 'peacefully' at the age of 99 last month, Buckingham Palace announced at the time.  His official death notice was revealed yesterday, saying the cause of death was simply 'old age'

Prince Philip died ‘peacefully’ at the age of 99 last month, Buckingham Palace announced at the time. His official death notice was revealed yesterday, saying the cause of death was simply ‘old age’

The Duke’s death was recorded in the Royal Borough of Windsor and Maidenhead by his private secretary, Brigadier Archie Miller-Bakewell, on April 13, four days after his death.

The certificate gives a nod to the duke’s Greek heritage as well as his own surname, Mountbatten, which he is said to have fought for the royal family to use.

It shows the Duke’s full name as: ‘His Royal Highness Prince Philip, Duke of Edinburgh formerly known as Prince Philippos of Greece and Denmark formerly known as Philip Mountbatten.’

The certificate indicates his profession as ‘Naval Officer’, a successful career of which he was immensely proud, and ‘Prince of the United Kingdom’.

It suggests there was no other identifiable disease or injury that contributed to the death, including the heart condition that forced him to undergo a surgical procedure just weeks before he died, according to The Daily Telegraph, which obtained the certificate (photo: coffin to Prince Philip)

It suggests there was no other identifiable disease or injury that contributed to the death, including the heart condition that forced him to undergo a surgical procedure just weeks before he died, according to The Daily Telegraph, which obtained the certificate (photo: coffin to Prince Philip)

His second occupation is listed as ‘husband of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II, The Sovereign’.

As an informant, Mr Miller-Bakewell’s qualification was listed as ‘getting the body buried’.

Sir. Miller-Bakewell led a small team of loyal staff who went behind the Duke’s coffin as it made its way to St. George’s Chapel from Windsor Castle for his funeral on April 17th.

Since the beginning of the coronavirus pandemic, the council has requested that all deaths be recorded by telephone.

While it is usually a relative who registers a death, anyone who was present at the death, a resident of the house where the death occurred, or the person who made the arrangements with the funeral directors is allowed to do so.

There is a legal requirement to register the death within five days.

His second occupation is listed as 'husband of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II, The Sovereign' (pictured together)

His second occupation is listed as ‘husband of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II, The Sovereign’ (pictured together)

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