(CNN) — The cause of death of Queen Elizabeth II was her advanced age, according to her death certificate published on Thursday.
The document, published by the National Records of Scotland, records that the monarch died at 3:10 p.m. UK time (10:10 a.m. ET) on September 8 at Balmoral Castle in Ballater.
The cause of death is listed as old age.
The document is signed by the queen’s daughter, Princess Royal Anna.
Queen Elizabeth II, the longest-reigning British monarch whose rule spanned seven decades, died at the age of 96 on September 8.
The Queen’s eldest son, Carlos, is now King Carlos III.
The queen’s four children were at Balmoral Castle when the announcement was made.
Charles rushed to the Scottish castle along with his wife, Camilla, now the queen consort. The queen’s daughter, Princess Anna, known as the princess royal, was already there.
Prince William, who is now the heir apparent to the throne, arrived at Balmoral in the afternoon along with the queen’s two other sons, Prince Andrew and Prince Edward, as well as Edward’s wife Sophie, the Countess of Wessex. .
Prince William and his wife Kate have assumed the title of Duke and Duchess of Cornwall, according to their official Twitter account.
Catherine remained at Windsor.
Prince Harry arrived at Balmoral after the announcement was made. His wife Meghan, Duchess of Sussex, was not traveling with him.
Britain bid farewell to Queen Elizabeth II with a lavish funeral steeped in tradition and a send-off that reflects the wide-ranging popularity she managed to maintain during her remarkable seven-decade reign.
Members of the royal family and dignitaries gathered at Westminster Abbey for a somber service. Presidents, prime ministers, princes and princesses, and other public figures sat side by side to pay their last respects, a testament to his powerful appeal and skillful diplomacy.
The funeral, which served as a state and religious service and marked the culmination of 10 days of mourning, honored the queen with the kind of pomp she used to promote the royal family and serve her country throughout her life.
Tens of thousands of people flocked to the streets around Westminster Abbey and along the more than 10-kilometre procession route from central London to Windsor, hoping to see the flag-draped coffin. of the sovereign as she traveled in a hearse to her final resting place.
From CNN’s David Wilkinson and Sharon Braithwaite in London