Seymour Platt said Ms Keeler had been sick for a while with constant obstructive pneumonic ailment (COPD).
Ms Keeler wound up noticeably acclaimed as far as concerns her in the 1963 embarrassment, which shook Harold Macmillan’s legislature.
Mr Profumo was compelled to leave in the wake of lying about the issue to Parliament.
In his Facebook tribute, Mr Platt stated: “My mom, the grandma to my delightful young lady, passed away before the end of last night.
“She endured over the most recent couple of years with Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease yet lost the battle.
“The same number of you know my mom, Christine Keeler, battled many battles in her momentous life, a few battles she lost however some she won.
“She earned her place in British history however at an enormous individual cost. We are largely extremely glad for her identity.”
A healing facility representative affirmed Ms Keeler had passed on at the Princess Royal.
The disclosures about Ms Keeler’s association with Mr Profumo are considered to have added to the fall of the Macmillan government.
Ms Keeler later asserted she took part in an extramarital entanglements with Eugene Ivanov, an associate maritime attaché at the Soviet Embassy, in the meantime.
In 1963 Mr Profumo told the House of Commons he and Ms Keeler were “on agreeable terms” and there was “no shamefulness” in their relationship, after restriction MPs voiced worries about national security suggestions.
Inevitably he conceded deceiving the house and surrendered as Secretary of State for War and from the Commons.
Ms Keeler was quickly hitched twice, with both closure in separate. She had two children.
The Profumo undertaking will be the subject of a BBC One dramatization which starts shooting one year from now.