It comes as medical experts speculate on what health issues the Queen may have had after a final snapshot of her displayed a troubling “bruise” on her hand as she swore in Britain’s new prime leader.

According to GP Dr. Deb Cohen-Jones, who examined the picture taken on Tuesday, September 6, in the Drawing Room at Balmoral Castle, it may have been an indication of the condition she was dealing with. It appears that there may be signs of peripheral vascular disease.

The blood arteries outside of your heart and brain constrict, block, or spasm as a result of this blood circulation issue, according to Cohen-Jones. “Heart failure may occasionally arise from it. Organs aren’t getting a good blood supply if your peripheral circulation is so bad. It could indicate multiple organ failure.

Intense speculation ensued during the final week before the Queen’s passing due to the obvious “bruise” on her right hand in the photograph.

After viewing the footage, royal commentator Angela Levin tweeted a question.

“Why has the Queen got such a large bruise on her hand?” Levin asked.

“I wonder if Her Majesty has been having injections.”

“The queen looks like she has a nasty bruise on her hand?” another social media fan commented.

“Looks like bruises you get from treatments and IV bruising,” another person speculated.

“She’s possibly on blood thinners, they can cause bruise-like markings. Also, her skin is much thinner due to her age,” another person suggested.

May she Rest In Peace