Wednesday, September 28, 2022

UK banknotes will include King Charles III

from national anthem to bills and coinsMany aspects of daily life, passing through postage stamps and passports United Kingdom will change with the arrival of Charles III to the throne,

currency and stamps

the face of the new king will start showing UK coins and notes and other countries of the world, replacing the profiles of Queen Isabel II,

Your image will also appear on other currencies used in the Eastern Caribbean Islands, Canada, Australia and New Zealand.

The same is true of the islands of Jersey, Guernsey and Mann, as well as the Falklands, Gibraltar and St. Helena, all of which are dependencies of the British Crown.

In 1936, during the 326-day reign of King Edward VIII, coins were minted, but were discarded by the emperor before they came into circulation.

face of Isabel II It also appears on stamps, while the letter EIIR for Elizabeth II Regina appears on all mailboxes, which must be revised.

There will also be a change in the badge on the helmet of the police.

Anthem and Passport

The famous British national anthem would become “God Save the King” with a masculine version of the song.

Changing this would be a potentially difficult custom for Britons who have been singing “God Save the Queen” since 1952. It is one of the two national anthems of New Zealand and the royal anthem of Australia and Canada, which has its own national anthem.

The text on the inner cover of British passports issued in the name of the Crown and similar inscriptions on Australian, Canadian and New Zealand passports will also need to be updated.

When raising the glass in official acts, it will no longer be necessary to say “queen” but “king”.

policy and rights

“His Majesty’s Government”, treasury and customs names will change from “His Majesty’s” to “His Majesty’s”.

Likewise, it would be the “Speech of the King”, not that of the Queen, that would open the parliamentary session by presenting a future government program.

In the same way they would be renamed “The Queen’s Keeper”, tourists would be photographed in front of Buckingham Palace.

The police will no longer keep the queen’s peace, but Raja and the senior lawyer will go from QC (Queen’s lawyer) to KC (King’s lawyer).

In the military, new recruits will no longer take a “queen’s shilling” upon enlistment, according to the formula. Nor would they have to be subject to the rules of the queen.

Also masculine would be the name “Her Majesty’s Theatre”, a theater in the famed London neighborhood of the West End where The Phantom of the Opera has been performed since 1986.

And those who wish to speak English with the most elegant pronunciation known as “Queen’s English” must now try to speak “King’s English”. Charles III.

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