At least 12 days after the death of Elizabeth II UK will “stand still” with energy costing British economy billions of pounds Lost revenue – American Insider notes.
After a certain period of time – up to about a year – Charles will be crowned. The coronation also cost Britain billions of pounds. The day off will be in addition to the direct costs of organizing the biggest British celebration since the 1950s.
New currency notes and coins
British money bears the image of the monarch, so after the death of Elizabeth II, the image of Charles III appeared on notes and coins.
However, not all coins and banknotes will be converted overnight, but will take years. The old money will gradually be withdrawn from circulation.
The British national anthem will change
It is necessary to change the words of the National Anthem. The words change from “God save our gracious Queen” to “God save our gracious King”.
During the reign of the British monarch, the national anthem of England was sung as “God Save the King” (originally).
Guards and soldiers will need new uniforms
Police will need new insignia on their helmets, which now feature Queen Elizabeth’s initials and her royal number.
Likewise, many military insignia need to be updated.
Passports and stamps and post boxes
Like stamps, passports need to be renewed.
After the Queen’s coronation, her royal number II sparked controversy in Scotland, where she ruled in the absence of Elizabeth I of Scotland. American Insider writes that when mailboxes were set up in Scotland, some were attacked and destroyed.
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