Bank of England to Replace Queen Elizabeth II's image on Currency Notes

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The Bank of England faces the daunting task of replacing billions of banknotes and coins that have the late Queen Elizabeth II’s image on them with an image of the new monarch.

With the start of King Charles III’s reign, the Bank of England will follow policy and begin using his image on the British Commonwealth’s currency.

Suggestion; wait for 1 or 2 years and put the price of William's picture on currency, why spend so much energy and money for a shorter time period?

He is already 73 years old. Maybe they will face this problem again

There are 4.7 million notes that have Queen"s picture on them and they are in circulation and now they will be discarded.

This is a kingdom requirement is mandatory under law

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