Queen Elizabeth II Death: Britain’s Queen Elizabeth II is no longer in this world. He breathed his last at the age of 96. Queen Elizabeth ruled Britain for 7 decades. Now after his death, Prince Charles has become the new King of Britain. Who has got all the powers and rights of the queen. Apart from this, a lot will change in Britain after the death of the Queen. In which the country’s notes, coins, stamps, postboxes and many other things are included.
After the death of Queen Elizabeth II, the names of all the institutions in Britain will also have to be changed. Apart from this, the names of institutions in the Commonwealth areas will also be changed. Meanwhile, Britain’s currency and all the symbols will also be changed. In these the name of the new king will be inserted. It can take up to two years to convert the currency.
Changes in passport and national anthem
All in all, everything that reflects a glimpse of Queen Elizabeth II will be replaced. In which many flags of the country are also included. These flags are used in the army and police departments. Now it is being said that these too will be replaced. Apart from the flag, the national anthem of Britain will also be changed. Where the word Queen was used in the national anthem, now the word King will be used.
There will also be a change in the passports given to the people of Britain. Where earlier it was issued in the name of Queen, now it will be issued in the name of King. Exactly the same text is also used in passports of Australia, Canada and New Zealand. Apart from this, the names of Treasury and Customs and Excise Duty will have to be changed.
In the military, new recruits will no longer take the Queen’s shilling symbolically to sign up, obey the Queen’s rules once in rank, or board any of Her Majesty’s ships. The name of the Queen’s Guard stationed outside Buckingham Palace will also change. He will now be known as the king’s soldier. The name of the lawyer will also change. What used to be the Queen’s Council earlier, will now be the King’s Council.
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