The late Prince Philip’s true reason for death has been uncovered as “old age,” as indicated by his passing testament.
No other ailments were recognized as contributing components in The Duke of Edinburgh’s passing, as indicated by the archive acquired by The Telegraph.
Philip kicked the bucket at 99 years old on April 9 as the most seasoned ever male individual from the British illustrious family.
At that point, Buckingham Palace said: “His Royal Highness passed away peacefully this morning at Windsor Castle.”
The Duke’s demise authentication was affirmed by Sir Huw Thomas, who heads the imperial clinical family, The Telegraph announced.
“Old age” can be recorded as a reason for death for patients more than 80 whose wellbeing bit by bit decreases, as seen by their drawn-out specialist, the report said.
On the passing authentication, Philip’s first occupation is recorded as Naval Officer.
His second is “spouse of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II, The Sovereign.” Prince Philip married then-Princess Elizabeth in 1947.