A doctor has shared some signs that the Queen was going to die days after her final royal appointment.
Dr. Deb Cohen-Jones from Perth, Western Australia, said photos of Her Majesty’s hands as she posed with new UK Prime Minister Liz Truss at Balmoral Castle show warning signs of her declining health.
Speaking to FEMAIL, she said: “It looks like there is evidence of peripheral vascular disease. It’s a blood circulation disorder that causes the blood vessels outside of your heart and brain to narrow, block, or spasm.”
Dr. Deb said that it usually leads to heart failure.
“If your peripheral circulation is that poor, organs aren’t receiving a good blood supply. It can be a sign of multi organ failure,” she continued.
Other symptoms include intermittent pain, which may present as muscle fatigue or cramps, numbness and pins and needles, and ‘coldness’ of the affected part of the body.
Her Majesty’s hands were ‘mottled,’ which happened when the heart couldn’t pump blood effectively.
The Australian doctor confirmed that the Queen ‘would have been in a lot of pain’ if she suffered from the condition as ‘it looks quite severe.’
But because Her Majesty often wore gloves and had not been seen in public for some time, it is difficult to know how long the ‘mottling’ had been there.
“The slightly hunched appearance would have been her age and more than likely osteoporosis,” she added.
The Queen used a walking stick as she welcomed Liz Truzz at Balmoral Castle. This was the first time she was photographed since arriving at the royal estate on July 21.
The passing of Britain’s longest-serving monarch was announced by Buckingham Palace at 6:30 pm on Tuesday evening.
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