Queen died "so alive and engaging."
By Aarti Rawat
A new book claims Queen Elizabeth II was "fantastic" before her death.
Gyles Brandreth wrote in Elizabeth: An Intimate Portrait that the Queen said she "got to be sensible" when doctors advised her to slow down.
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Right Rev Dr. Iain Greenshield told the biographer she was "fantastic form" and "so alive and engaging."
Her faith mattered. She told me she had no remorse," he said. Brandreth wrote: "Her Majesty always knew her remaining time was limited. She took this gracefully."
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