After the death of Queen Elizabeth of Great Britain, notes, coins and postage stamps bearing her image will be replaced.
The Bank of England says the old notes and coins will continue for now, with further plans for currency featuring King Charles to be announced after Queen Elizabeth’s day of mourning.
The funeral of the late Queen of Great Britain will be held on Monday, September 19, starting at 11 a.m. in Westminster Abbey.
On September 11, the Queen’s coffin will be carried by road from Balmoral to Edinburgh, where a vigil will take place.
On Tuesday, the Queen’s coffin will be flown to London, and on September 14, the coffin will be flown from Buckingham Palace to Westminster Abbey, where the public will be able to pay their last respects for four days.
Tributes were also paid to the late Queen in many areas of Northern Britain, while in Pakistan, Queen Elizabeth II’s death will be commemorated on September 12.