"Where are the wigs?" you say. One last wig is on the way: it's a used fixer-upper, though. I haven't had good luck with wigs of the dead. Shoes of the dead, sure, but it seems wigs are not like shoes.
However, and more important, last week they announced the official cause of death for Queen Elizabeth: old age.
I thought that was peculiar. I wasn't surprised she died, given her age, but that it was stated that way on the death certificate.
I remember when I was young, some celebrity died and when asked why, his publicist said, "Well, he was 98..." as if that was the entire reason. I wondered since then what was on that celebrity death certificate. Surely not old age. At best it would have to be "complications of old age."
This article explains it further, but seems to end with the explanation that yes, sometimes people die of old age. However, this article from Australia states, "There is no such thing as 'dying of old age', and you won't see this term written on a death certificate."
Some sources describe dying of old age as dying from something a younger person would have survived, some call it "frailty," but if course we all suspect the Queen really died from the Covid that drove her to Windsor last year.
Perhaps the family feels it's private, so while It's odd to me that there's no more definitive answer,that might be because I live in America, where the right to privacy is pointedly not in the Constitution any more.