Queen Elizabeth II 'had no regrets' before death, book Elizabeth: An Intimate Portrait says

By Ellen James November 27, 2022

Queen Elizabeth II 'had no regrets' before death, book says

A new book has brought the last days of Queen Elizabeth II into sharper focus.

Gyles Brandreth, a royal author, writes in an excerpt from his upcoming book Elizabeth: An Intimate Portrait that the late monarch came to terms with her passing as he recorded Reverend Dr Iain Greenshields' visit to Balmoral the weekend before she passed away.

"The truth is that Her Majesty always knew that her remaining time was limited. She accepted this with all the grace you'd expect," Brandreth writes.

"'Her faith was everything to her. She told me she had no regrets,' said Dr Greenshields, referring to the last weekend he spent with her at Balmoral."

Brandreth also notes about gossip that Her Majesty had a rare form of myeloma, a bone marrow cancer, "which would explain her tiredness and weight loss and those 'mobility issues' we were often told about during the last year or so of her life."

He further exemplifies in the book that it's not shocking her cause of death was ruled "old age," as that's the generally documented reason "when a patient is over 80 and their doctor has cared for them over time and seen their gradual decline."

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