According to the record, issued on Thursday by National Records of Scotland, the late British king Queen died at 3:10 p.m. on September 8

 at Balmoral Castle in Ballater, Scotland. Britain's longest-reigning queen passed away peacefully at the age of 96.

Following the Queen's death, the UK observed an official period of mourning that ended on September 19, the day of her royal funeral at Westminster Abbey.

It was one of the most significant broadcasting events in history. The funeral was followed by a time of Royal mourning, which ended this week.

Old age is given as the cause of death. Princess Anne, the Queen's daughter, signed the contract.

The Queen was the longest-serving queen in British history, ruling for 70 years.

As the 73-year-old settles into his new role as the United Kingdom's figurehead, King Charles succeeded her as monarch.

Charles praised his mother's historic seven-decade reign, saying it "unrivalled in longevity, dedication, and devotion."

"Even as we mourn, we give thanks for this most loyal life," he remarked at St James's Palace during the momentous service.

while tens of thousands of people rushed to the streets, expecting to see the sovereign's flag-draped coffin transported by hearse to her resting place.

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