The death certificate also revealed new information regarding the monarch's exact time of death.
A royal spokesperson literally said “the future is an amazing thing” when asked about the Sussex children’s titles.
Queen Elizabeth II was laid to rest on Monday in England after an unprecedented 70 years on the British throne.
The end of an era, even if they didn't see the Queen's final journey.
Queen Elizabeth II's beloved corgis and pony waited alongside the route from Westminster Abbey to her final resting place in Windsor.
Some of the pieces had been loaned to members of the royal family by the Queen.
The Royal Corgis Made An Appearance During Queen Elizabeth II's Funeral Procession And Are Still Very Much Alive
Muick and Sandy are playing and thriving (and maybe a little bored).
Queen Elizabeth’s Funeral Was Attended By Mourners From Across The Globe Who Traveled For Hours To Pay Their Respects
“I’ve said for many, many, many years that when the Queen dies I wanted to be here. I wanted to celebrate her life, to say thank you to her.”
Politicians and royalty from around the globe gathered in London for the Queen's state funeral.
As something of an alarm clock, the piper would play at 9 a.m. for 15 minutes for the monarch wherever she was in residence.
World leaders were told not to take private jets or personal vehicles, and instead fly commercial and be bused to the funeral.
George, 9, and Charlotte, 7, are the youngest members of the royal family to attend a funeral in recent memory.
Will, Kate, Meghan, Harry, And The Rest Of The Royal Family Gathered For Queen Elizabeth II's Funeral
Led by King Charles III, members of the royal family walked behind the Queen's coffin as it was carried into Westminster Abbey.
The 9-year-old prince and 7-year-old princess will take part in the funeral procession inside Westminster Abbey.
For 24 hours a day, people grieving Queen Elizabeth II have been waiting in a line averaging almost 5 miles long to pay their respects.
William, Prince of Wales, and Prince Harry, Duke of Sussex, wore their military uniforms to honor their grandmother.
King Charles III And Prince William Made A Surprise Visit To The Line Of People Waiting To Pay Their Respects To The Queen
The crowd cheered "hip, hip, hooray" as the royals shook hands with those lined up outside Westminster Hall, where the Queen's coffin is on display 24 hours a day.
The King personally requested that both his sons be in uniform as they stand vigil at the Queen's coffin on Saturday.
Mourners have been warned to expect to wait for over 24 hours to pay their respects to the late monarch.
Some People Are Anxious And Frustrated That Their Doctor’s Appointments Have Been Canceled For The Queen’s Funeral
“Having the appointment changed only prolongs the anxiety of waiting with no answers. I feel massively let down.”
"If you’re British, this is the queue you’ve been training for all your life. The final boss of queues."
The ceremony "will pay tribute to the Queen's extraordinary reign and Her Majesty's remarkable life of service," Buckingham Palace said.
People Are Once Again Calling Out A Royal Double Standard After Harry And Meghan Got Attacked For Holding Hands At The Queen’s Lying-In-State
"Zara and Mike were also holding hands, were they disrespectful or is that judgment limited to Harry and Meghan only?"
Diamonds And Pearls: A Look At The Special Pieces Kate Middleton And Meghan Markle Wore To The Queen's Procession
The Princess of Wales wore one of Queen Elizabeth II's brooches; the Duchess of Sussex wore earrings that were gifts from the monarch.
The Queen's coffin will lie in state at Westminster Hall until her funeral on Monday.
Here’s Why There’s Controversy About Members Of The Royal Family Wearing Military Uniforms To The Queen’s Funeral Events
Prince Andrew will wear a military uniform to one royal event. Prince Harry must stick to civilian dress.
The days leading up to the state funeral of Queen Elizabeth II have been meticulously planned for decades. Here are the details, based on what we know so far.
The podcast will be on hiatus until after the official mourning period has ended on Sept. 26.
Mourners have been leaving Paddington-themed items, including soft toys, jars of marmalade, and even sandwiches, but officials are saying they've had enough.
Police also arrested a man who yelled, "You're a sick old man!" at Prince Andrew during the Queen's funeral procession in Edinburgh.