The official cause of death of Prince Philip, Duke of Edinburgh, wife of Britain’s Queen Elizabeth, has been identified as ‘Old Age’.
The official death record of Prince Philip, Duke of Edinburgh, wife of Britain’s Queen Elizabeth, who died last month at the age of 99, cited ‘old age‘.
There was no other cause of Philip’s death, such as illness or injury.
Philip’s death certificate was approved by Sir Huw Thomas, who heads the royal medical household, The Telegraph reports.
In the UK, ‘old age’ can be listed as a cause of death for patients over the age of 80 whose health is deteriorating, according to long-term observations by doctors.