Finally Revealed: What was Queen Elizabeth II cause of death ? Explained

A new biography of the late British monarch claims that Queen Elizabeth II had terrible ‘Illness’ in secret during her final years. Let’s see what terrible ‘Illness’ did Queen Elizabeth II fight in secret during her final years of life and Queen Elizabeth II cause of death in detail.

What terrible ‘Illness’ did Queen fight in secret?

According to a new book written by Prince Philip’s friend Gyles Brandreth, Queen Elizabeth II was “secretly fighting” painful cancer during the final year of her life.

The late monarch had several health issues that required her to cancel several engagements before she tragically passed away in September after serving on the throne for 70 years.

Queen Elizabeth II cause of death was revealed by a personal friend of Prince Philip.

During her final years, the Queen battled cancer secretly, according to a book by Prince Philip’s friend (Image: Getty)

Most famously, the Queen, who passed away at the age of 96, was not able to walk unaided and required a cane in her final months.

Queen’s Death Certificate

The Queen’s death certificate states that she died of “old age.”

According to the death certificate, which National Records of Scotland made available to the public, The Queen passed away on September 8 at 3:10 PM.

The official Queen Elizabeth II cause of death cause of death listed on the Queen’s death certificate, which was made public in September, was “old age.”

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However, a recent book asserts that the deceased monarch may have had a secret illness.

Queen Elizabeth II cause of death

According to a recent book, the Queen battled a terrible form of bone marrow cancer in secret during the final year of her life.

Queen Elizabeth II cause of death was revealed by a personal friend of Prince Philip.

According to an upcoming biography of Her Majesty by a personal friend of Prince Philip, the Queen suffered a type of bone marrow cancer, which has bone pain as its primary symptom.

A recent biography claims that Queen Elizabeth II had a terrible bone marrow cancer before she passed away.

According to the book, the Queen had a form of myeloma associated with bone marrow cancer, which would account for her fatigue, weight loss, and mobility issues we had been frequently warned about during the past few years.

About Queen’s Illness

The most prevalent symptom of myeloma is bone pain, which is most common in the pelvis and lower back. Elderly adults are typically impacted by multiple myeloma.

There is now no recognized treatment, however, it is possible to lessen the intensity of the patient’s symptoms and increase their survival time by months or two to three years by using drugs to assist control their immune system and prevent bone deterioration.

The Queen died in September. Picture: Danny Lawson /AFP

In Elizabeth: An Intimate Portrait

The information on her health issues has been revealed in Gyles Brandreth’s upcoming biography, Elizabeth: An Intimate Portrait.

Prince Philip(left) & Gyles Brandreth (Right)

In Elizabeth: An Intimate Portrait, a new biography by Mr. Brandreth, he makes the following claims:

“I had heard that the Queen had a form of myeloma — bone marrow cancer — which would explain her tiredness and weight loss and those ‘mobility issues’ we were often told about during the last year or so of her life.

“The most common symptom of myeloma is bone pain, especially in the pelvis and lower back, and multiple myeloma is a disease that often affects the elderly.

“Currently, there is no known cure, but treatment — including medicines to help regulate the immune system and drugs that help prevent the weakening of the bones — can reduce the severity of its symptoms and extend the patient’s survival by months or two to three years.”

The monarch “barely left his side”

The biography also discussed the Queen’s struggle to “go on” when her devoted husband passed away.

During the coronavirus-induced lockdown, Prince Philip and the late monarch reportedly found “new comfort” in one another’s companionship.

According to reports, Her Majesty wished to stay busy to help her cope with the loss of her husband (Image: Getty)

She was adamant to be with her husband when he passed away, as the book demonstrates.
According to the book, the monarch “barely left his side” during the last few weeks of his life.

“Favorite son”

The book also states that after Prince Andrew’s shocking BBC interview about his contact with sexual predator Jeffrey Epstein in 2019, the Queen swiftly decided to relieve him of his royal duties.

“The Queen took a firm grip of things. To use the military jargon, there were only a few days between flash and bang. Action was called for it and she took it,” , according to a senior courtier.

She supported having him with her during Philip’s memorial ceremony, though she did allow herself to be seen riding with her “favorite son” the day after he was released from his duties.

Queen’s Stoicism

The Queen’s stoicism after the passing of her 73-year-old husband, Prince Philip, who passed away in April 2021, is highlighted in the royal biography.

According to reports, she explained to a lady-in-waiting that her focus on her royal responsibilities helped her deal with the loss and keep her from crying herself to sleep.

The Queen stated, “My husband would not have agreed.” The book claims that she watched the BBC police program Line of Duty to boost her spirits.

Her doctors did advise her to rest, though, since they were tired, in the fall of last year.

Regarding her failing health, she stated, “I have to be sensible.”

Queen’s Mobility

After several events were postponed because of the Queen’s mobility, concerns about her health emerged.

The late monarch had to skip engagements during her Platinum Jubilee last summer because of health issues.

Queen’s final months

Brandreth, a former MP who had a strong relationship with the late Prince Philip, was probably told about it by a member of the royal family. Several treatments may greatly extend her life although there was no known cure for the sickness.

In one of her final public appearances before her passing, the Queen greets Liz Truss.

According to the book, the Queen attended every function in her final months while putting on a brave face and a smile.

The issues, however, caused many Royal obligations to be missed, including the State Opening of Parliament. The UK prime minister at the time, Liz Truss, was present for her final appearance.

Order of Merit

King Charles followed one of the late Queen’s final wishes by appointing six new members to the prestigious Order of Merit of the UK.

Before she passed away, the late Queen Elizabeth chose the select six, according to Buckingham Palace.

King Charles has now validated his mother’s choice in the first of his duties as Sovereign of the order.

King Charles held the first luncheon for the Order of Merit.

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Baroness Floella Benjamin, a TV host, and author is one of the six individuals chosen to join the Order of Merit.

A Noble Prize-winning molecular biologist and geneticist, a Pritzker Prize-winning architect, a former nurse who oversaw the treatment of sickle cell anemia, and a renowned historian are among the esteemed group that the King picked.

Edward VII established the Order of Merit in 1902 to recognize outstanding individuals in the military, arts, sciences, and culture.

10 days of grief

The information was made public just one day after Camilla, the Queen Consort, gave more than 1,000 Paddington bear toys to disadvantaged kids as a memorial to the late Queen.

The monarch said it was a “delight” to assist Barnardo’s charity’s care for youngsters at Bow day nursery in east London in finding new homes for the plush animals.

She went to the nursery and had a picnic there, complete with sandwiches made with Paddington’s famous marmalade.

During the 10 days of grief, thousands of toys were left by members of the public at the Long Walk in Windsor and front of Buckingham Palace.”

“It has been a pleasure to find a home for these bears; please take good care of them”, Camilla said as she left the youngsters and nursery staff.

People Comments about Queen’s Cause of death

People have been commenting about the illness that’s been revealed by Prince Philip’s friend Gyles Brandreth. Some of them are questioning about why they have revealed it about their favourite Queen and some have questioned about breaking the privacy of the royal family.

Benjamin tweeted,

Somewhat intrigued by the fact Gyles Brandreth has revealed in today’s Mail that the Queen had bone cancer, an extraordinary revelation, and yet the fact doesn’t get a single mention on the front page. Has Prince Philip’s confident angered the royal PR machine?”

Bandy boo tweeted,

The beautiful Queen had cancer, the family knew and she had invited her grandson Harry and his wife to visit. They turned her down. How cruel and unfeeling not to visit your grandmother who you know is dying. There isn’t any words to describe people like that”

Toria tweeted,

God forbid a 95 year old would want to avoid media barrage outside the hospital. No lies, just didn’t tell us. They didn’t tell us Queen Mother had cancer fgs. Everyone deserves privacy of their health.”

Chelsea tweeted,

So Queen Elizabeth had cancer? Oh, Liz. God bless.”

One of the worst things anyone can go through in life is losing a loved one. Any journey must have a destination at the end. The person’s time on earth has regrettably come to an end now that they have died.


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