Princess Margaret’s cause of death was unknown, however a benign tumor on her skin was suspected. Her second marriage to David Armstrong-Jones produced two children: Sir David Chatto, a son, and Lady Sarah Chatto, a daughter.
Doctors removed a portion of her lung in 2001. She was the heir apparent to the throne. She had a series of strokes after the loss of her first spouse.
Princess Margaret died on February 15, 2002, at King Edward VII Hospital, after suffering a psychological breakdown in the 1970s.
She was then treated at the Priory Clinic by a psychiatrist named Mark Collins. She suffered a series of strokes in 2001, leaving her partially paralyzed. Her death was preceded by a long sickness that left her befuddled.
Illness and a loss of spirit defined her final days. Princess Margaret experienced a nervous breakdown in the 1970s. She had been seeing Mark Collins, a psychiatrist at the Priory Clinic, for therapy.
Her physical condition deteriorated, and she had several strokes. She lost her vision and became partially paralyzed in 2001. She was said to be depressed as a result of this.
Her illness deteriorated to the point where she lost her will to life. On February 9, 2002, she died of cancer.