"It is my sad duty as Lord Lieutenant, to relay that Her Majesty the Queen has passed. A monarch who has served with pride, dignity, wisdom and grace for more than 70 years. The longest serving monarch in British history. A record breaking reign that oversaw and withstood many changes and challenges. Her Majesty was a figure of constancy and comfort to many. This is a dark day for her family and all those across the United Kingdom and the Commonwealth who hold her dear."
The Book of Condolence for Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II is now closed to the public to sign.
To mark the formal accession of King Charles III, the Union Flag was hoisted at full-mast from the City Chambers on Saturday 10 September until the official Proclamation on Sunday 11 September. The Proclamation of the new King took place in George Square.
The front wall of the City Chambers is the designated area for floral tributes. Floral tributes laid in other parts of the city will be moved to George Square where they can be appropriately tended to by council staff.
On Monday 19 September, a Public Holiday was held for a day of National Mourning for the State Funeral of HM The Queen.