Things are changing in the UK with the death of the Queen Elizabeth II
🇬🇧 The image of the new King Charles is to be printed on coins and banknotes across the UK.
🇬🇧 It differs in several currencies, including the East Caribbean dollar, the obverse of coins from Canada, Australia, and New Zealand.
🇬🇧 EIIR royal cipher, Elizabeth II Regina mailboxes will have to change.
🇬🇧The logo on police helmets will also change.
🇬🇧 Britain’s national anthem switches to “God Save the King”, which hasn’t been sung since 1952, so it has to be rehearsed.
🇬🇧 The wording on the inside cover of the British passport has to be updated as it is issued in the name of the Crown.
🇬🇧 They stated: “Her Britannic Majesty’s Secretary of State requests and requests all concerned to allow the bearer to travel freely without permission or hindrance, and to give the bearer such assistance and protection as he may require.
🇦🇺 🇳🇿 Australian and New Zealand passports also state the same.
🇬🇧 The toast to the head of state spoken at formal gatherings is simply changed from “Queen” to “King”.
🇬🇧 The late Queen’s Government, Treasury, and Customs and Excise will have to change names.
🇬🇧 In the army, new recruits will no longer take the Queen’s shilling for symbolic enrolment.
🇬🇧 The Queen’s Guard, normally stationed outside Buckingham Palace, is to be renamed.
🇬🇧 The police will no longer keep the Queen’s peace.
🇬🇧 By law, senior counsel changes from QC (Queen’s Counsel) to KC, and the Queen’s Division of the High Court also changes to King.
🇬🇧 Suspects who plead guilty and testify against their accomplices are more likely to turn the King’s Evidence than the Queen’s Evidence.