The last photos of Queen Elizabeth II: the bruise on her hand two days before her death

The last photos of Queen Elizabeth II: the bruise on her hand two days before her death

Queen Elizabeth’s death at age 96

Queen Elizabeth II died at the age of 96. In the latest photos, taken just two days ago, the sovereign looked frail, though smiling.

Author: Daniela Seclì

Queen Elizabeth’s death at age 96

Queen Elizabeth II is dead. The sovereign died at the age of 96, after having reigned for more than 70 years. The announcement, which caused the subjects pain, was given in a small note: “The queen died peacefully at Balmoral this afternoon. The King and Queen Consort will stay at Balmoral tonight and return to London tomorrow.“. Charles, therefore, is already defined as king, while his wife Camilla Shand is the queen consort. Just two days ago, the last photo of Queen Elizabeth was released.

Photos of Queen Elizabeth two days before her death

The latest photos of Queen Elizabeth were released just 48 hours before her death on Tuesday, September 6th. In the official profiles of the royal family, four photos were shared that portrayed the sovereign (see gallery above, ed), accompanied by a cane, while meeting with Prime Minister Liz Truss at the Scottish Balmoral residence. Some details, reread in the light of the queen’s death, seem to betray the precarious health conditions in which she found herself.

Queen Elizabeth II died at age 96

The painful news of the death of Queen Elizabeth II arrived on Thursday, 8 September. In the photos published two days ago, the sovereign appeared smiling, albeit fragile. He was accompanied by a cane and a dark bruise was noticeable on his hand. According to Corriere della Sera, it cannot be ruled out that this stain, more than old age, was due to “infusions, treatments, transfusions, to help the sovereign to do her work, until the end as Elisabetta always said she wanted to do“. The newspaper speculates that doctors, knowing how much Elizabeth II cared about honoring her commitments, tried to help her with medicine. In the coming days, several commemorations will be held in honor of the Queen.

Source: Fan Page IT

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