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Royals insider reveals: Queen Elizabeth II is said to have had bone marrow cancer

2022-11-26T17:20:27.068Z

Royals insider reveals: Queen Elizabeth II is said to have had bone marrow cancer Created: 11/26/2022, 6:12 p.m By: Lukas Einkammerer Queen Elizabeth II died on September 8, 2022. The British monarch had sat on the throne for 70 years. As a Royals insider now reveals, she is said to have suffered from bone marrow cancer. London – Hardly any head of state has had such an unshakeable presence ar



Royals insider reveals: Queen Elizabeth II is said to have had bone marrow cancer

Created: 11/26/2022, 6:12 p.m

By: Lukas Einkammerer

Queen Elizabeth II died on September 8, 2022. The British monarch had sat on the throne for 70 years.

As a Royals insider now reveals, she is said to have suffered from bone marrow cancer.

London – Hardly any head of state has had such an unshakeable presence around the world as Queen Elizabeth II († 96).

During the seven decades of her reign - the longest of all time - she was regarded both as one of the last symbols of the monarchy and as a thoroughly likeable and humorous woman who fulfilled her duties with great love and dedication.

When the news of her death became public on September 8, it shook the whole world and triggered a wave of grief - both in England and in countries far away from the British royal family.

"Fatigue and weight loss": Queen Elizabeth II is said to have had bone marrow cancer

On the death certificate of Queen Elizabeth II, the cause of death on September 29 was only given by Buckingham Palace as old age.

Previously, however, a picture of the monarch taken while greeting former British Prime Minister Liz Truss (47) had sparked speculation about a possible illness.

Because although the mother of King Charles III.

(74) gives the camera her well-known mischievous smile, you can clearly see a dark spot on the back of her hand.

It was supposed to take more than two months, but those initially wild theories have now been confirmed by a royals insider.

Elizabeth II died on September 8, 2022. While the only cause of death was old age, Queen biographer Gyles Brandreth has now revealed that the monarch is said to have had bone marrow cancer.

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In his book "Elizabeth: An Intimate Portrait", which will be published in December, the author

Gyles

Brandreth (74) reveals that the Queen is said to have suffered from bone marrow cancer before her death.

"I had heard that the Queen had a form of myeloma - bone marrow cancer, which may explain her fatigue, weight loss and mobility issues that have been talked about a lot over the last year." no cure has been found, mainly due to bone pain in the pelvis and lower back, affecting many older people.

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Despite the revelation of her cancer, Queen Elizabeth II is described as very fit by many who meet her in the days leading up to her death, according to Gyles Brandreth.

"It was so lively and thrilling," remembers pastor Dr.

Iain Greenshields.

"She was brilliant," says racehorse trainer Clive Cox, reflecting on his last appointment with the Queen on September 6, when they are said to have discussed upcoming competitions.

Former British Prime Minister Boris Johnson also found the regent in exceptionally good form, describing her as full of "characteristic humor and wisdom".

"She could hardly have been more kind, sympathetic or personally encouraging," enthuses the politician about the meeting.

"She knew her time was limited": Royals insider reveals details of Queen Elizabeth II's death

According to Gyles Brandreth, it was nothing unusual that the reason for death was “old age” despite this supposed diagnosis.

The term refers to many cases in which patients are older than 80 years and the doctor treating them has observed their slow decline in health.

"We have been concerned about the Queen's health for a number of months.

It was to be expected and we were very aware of what was about to happen," explains Elizabeth II's attending physician, Dr.

Douglas James Allan Glass.

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"In truth, Her Majesty always knew that her time was limited," recalls Gyles Brandreth, "She accepted this with all the decency one would expect of her." Royals fans around the world still have faith in Elizabeth II . but can also enjoy the legacy she left for eternity.

Although the new head of the British royal family fulfills his tasks with a lot of passion and good public response, King Charles III recently dismissed.

in a wave of layoffs, however, some former Queen employees.

Sources used:

dailymail.co.uk, bbc.com, washingtontimes.com

Source: merkur

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