According to the British newspaper Daily Mail, which would have had access to the report drawn up by the head of the royal household’s medical service, Sir Huw Thomas, in the minutes after the prince’s death, he would have limited himself to pointing out his “advanced age” as the reason for such a sad outcome, thus ruling out any type of illness or abnormality in his death.
The palace itself revealed in its statement that Philip of Edinburgh he had died “in peace” and without any suffering.
Four days after his death, the prince’s private secretary, Archie Miller-Bakewell, officially entered his death in the records of the Windsor town hall, where the royal castle in which the aristocrat resided for the last months of his life is located.
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