The National Records of Scotland in the United Kingdom released the document on Thursday, and Her Majesty's daughter, Princess Anne, was listed as a witness to her death.
The certificate also shows that Elizabeth died at 3:10 p.m. on September 8.
Three hours later, the royal family announced the queen's death, sharing in a tweet: "The queen died peacefully this afternoon in Balmoral City. The King and Queen will remain in Balmoral tonight and return to London tomorrow. ”
The news came after Buckingham Palace announced that she had been placed under "medical supervision" due to growing health problems. Before she died, her family rushed to her side.
King Charles, 73, issued a statement about her death, sharing
"We deeply mourn the passing away of a noble monarch and a beloved mother. I know her loss will be felt deeply across the country, in the Kingdom and the Commonwealth and among countless people around the world," he said.
Elizabeth II is the longest-reigning monarch in British history, sitting on the throne for seventy years. During that time, she took some unconventional moves that helped her rise in popularity throughout the Commonwealth.
First, the Queen was the first to open up royal life to the masses. She was not crowned until the age of 25 on June 2, 1953, after the death of her father, King George VI, and the ceremony was broadcast live on television for the first time.
In 1970, while she was touring Australia and New Zealand with her husband, Prince Philip, and daughter Anne,
She also demonstrated her progress by supporting her grandson, Prince Harry, with Meghan Markle, a second-married actress from the United States. Although the Duke and Duchess of Sussex have resigned from their royal positions and moved to the United States, the disputed couple still maintain good relations with the Queen.
In 1966, she did not visit Wales after a mining accident that killed 116 children and 28 adults, which drew high criticism. At first, she refused to go to the suffering town of Abervan and even sent Philip to replace her. But after the media slammed the queen for her absence, she visited the scene eight days after the tragedy to speak with survivors. Decades later, the Queen admitted that not visiting immediately was her "greatest regret".
Over the years, the Queen has also gracefully harnessed family drama.
In 1992, the royal family was shocked by the scandal and was called a "terrible year" by the queen, a Latin phrase meaning "terrible year".
Her eldest son and heir to the throne, Charles, had an affair with Camilla Parker Bowles and eventually declared her separation from Diana that year.
The Queen's son, Prince Andrew, and his wife, Sarah Ferguson, also broke up that year. A few years later, in 2019, Andrew was stripped of his royal duties for his relationship with the late sex offender Jeffrey Epstein.
Also in 1992, Her Royal Highness the Princess's daughter Anne divorced her husband Mark Phillips, and a fire broke out at Windsor Castle that affected more than 100 rooms.
After Diana's untimely death in a car accident in 1997, she had to comfort her country again, and a year later the Princess of Wales eventually divorced Charles. Initially, the Queen did not do a good job of settling the news of Princess Diana's death, but she ended up giving a rare televised address to the nation mourning her grandson, Prince William and Harry's mother.
In recent years, the Queen has grieved the loss of her 73-year-old husband, Philip, who died in April 2021 at the age of 99.
In October of that year, at an event at Westminster Abbey, she was seen using a cane for the first time in 17 years.
She was hospitalized for one night in October 2021 and had to cancel her trip to Ireland after being told to rest for medical reasons. When she returned to the scene in November to perform royal duties, when she tested positive for COVID-19 in February 2022, she once again worried fans.
She returned to work in March 2022 but missed an appearance in May due to inconvenient activities.
She seemed to be in high spirits as the Platinum Jubilee began in June 2022, but when she had to skip a few events, she raised concerns again.
The Queen had many descendants: Charles, Anne, Andrew, and her youngest son, Prince Edward, as well as eight grandchildren and 12 great-grandchildren.
Family members publicly mourn Her Majesty the Queen at a funeral on 19 September.