Queen Elizabeth II’s death live updates
The 96-year-old queen had been under medical supervision at Balmoral, her castle in Scotland.
The death of Queen Elizabeth II is being mourned in Britain and across the world. The country’s longest-reigning monarch died Thursday at age 96.
Large crowds are gathering outside Buckingham Palace in central London, while tributes pour in from across the country and the world.
Former U.S. presidents — from Jimmy Carter to Donald Trump — offered their condolences on Thursday.
Former presidents pay tribute to queen
A large crowd joined players for a moment of silence honoring Queen Elizabeth II before Manchester United's Europa League contest
U.K.'s soccer players and fans pay their respects
Prince Harry, the queen’s grandson, has now arrived at Balmoral to join the rest of his family in grieving.
Prince Harry arrives at Balmoral
The king is expected to make a televised address Friday, his spokesperson has confirmed.
King Charles III to make televised address Friday
Former British leader Theresa May has paid tribute to the queen, saying she "devoted herself unreservedly to a life of service."
Former British PM Theresa May mourns the queen's death
Some were hugging and crying, others sang the national anthem, all of the crowd of thousands gathered outside Buckingham Palace to pay their respects.
Huge crowd gathers at Buckingham Palace