How Queen Elizabeth died, “the cause revealed”. suspicion of disease

No one believed that Queen Elizabeth’s death was imminent. Until the end, Her Majesty worked for the UK and its subjects, as shown in the latest images with new Prime Minister Liz Truss at Balmoral. However, on Wednesday night, her conditions plummeted, leaving her with no way out. And in the last photos the detail of her hands did not go unnoticed. According to experts, it is precisely from these shots that it is possible to imagine the cause of the sovereign’s death.

“Elizabeth II suffered from a peripheral vascular disease” write the well-informed or a blood circulation disorder, which causes the narrowing or blockage of blood vessels outside the heart and brain. Even if nothing has been posted for hours. Ever since the queen moved permanently to Balmoral Castle, there was talk of a “joyful and good-natured ruler”.

Now, with the death of the queen, standard procedures in the UK for the disappearance of a monarch have been activated. The royal mourning – which will last up to seven days after the funeral, scheduled for 19 September – will include ceremonial salutes with cannon fire in Hyde Park and the Tower of London, as well as a national moment of silence.

On Saturday, the Accession Council, which includes leading government figures and privy councillors, is scheduled to meet at St James’s Palace for the official proclamation of the new king. The announcement will also take place at the Royal Exchange in the City of London. The new King will then have audiences with the Prime Minister and Cabinet, the Leader of the Opposition, the Archbishop of Canterbury and the Chancellor of Westminster. Tributes from the Parliament of the United Kingdom and Northern Ireland, Scotland and Wales will follow. The flags will remain at full-mast during the Council for the accession to the throne, and then return to half-mast until the day after the funeral.

The coffin would then have to leave Balmoral to be taken to the Palace of Holyroodhouse in Edinburgh. There will be a ceremonial procession along the Royal Mile to St Giles Cathedral, for a funeral service attended by members of the royal family. After the service, St Giles Cathedral will be open to the public for 24 hours, but with no public display of the body. The coffin must then be transported to London. King Charles will visit Northern Ireland, where he will receive a message of condolence at Hillsborough Castle, and travel to St Anne’s Cathedral in Belfast for a time of prayer and reflection. In the meantime, rehearsals will begin for the procession that will take the queen’s coffin from Buckingham Palace to Westminster Hall for public viewing, which will last five days. The coffin is due to arrive at Buckingham Palace a few hours before the big ceremony in London.

King Charles will then travel to Wales to attend a service at Llandaff Cathedral in Cardiff and for an audience with the Welsh Prime Minister. On the eve of the funeral, Carlo will welcome the foreign royal families present. During the funeral, there will be two minutes of silence across the country. After the ceremony, which is expected to last an hour, the procession will accompany the coffin to Hyde Park, where it will be transferred to the hearse that will proceed to Windsor Castle. Here, after a funeral service in the Capela de São Jorge, the coffin will be lowered into the royal crypt.

Source: IL Tempo

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