Prince Philip’s cause of death is classified as “old age” – fr

Prince Philip’s cause of death is classified as “old age” – fr

The official cause of death of the Duke of Edinburgh would have surfaced, and it is simply described as “old age” … according to the Daily Telegraph, which claims to have obtained his death certificate.

Now we know what you are thinking… what does that mean ??? Welp, experts across the pond say – citing old age is okay for someone over 80 who has had their care examined by a doctor for years … and if there isn’t other identifiable illness or injury responsible for the death.

So the obvious problem is reine ElizabethHer husband’s husband has had a number of ailments in his later years… including a fear of the righteous heart months before his death. Still, “old age” is what Buckingham Palace goes with and they kind of make the rules.

As they say… it’s good to be the queen.

Seriously, though, in the United States… it seems like the sort of thing we would classify as “natural causes.”

As we reported… Philip, 99 years old passed away last month, and the royal family organized a great funeral procession for him. Prince harry came from the United States for the ceremony and came face to face with his brother and father… the first time he had seen them since his and his father. Meghaninterview explosive de Oprah.

One more thing about Phil’s death certificate – it lists his full name, which is a mouthful… even for a royal. It reads… His Royal Highness Prince Philip, Duke of Edinburgh formerly known as Prince Philippos of Greece and Denmark formerly known as Philip Mountbatten.

His occupations were naval officer and prince of the United Kingdom.


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