Here’s what will happen to coins and notes when the Queen dies – November 4, 2021

Whenever it happens, it will be a very sad day.

Queen Elizabeth II has ruled for more than 65 years but at the age of 93, she wont be around forever.

When she does die, Operation London Bridge will commence, which is a secret plan which will see a number of things put in place.

One of these includes the announcement that Prince Charles will become king – which is expected to officially happen the day after the death.

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With this, the coins and notes which all of us use will need to be replaced, because they currently have the face of Queen Elizabeth II on them

New currency will be printed and distributed out all over the UK, with the old currency gradually phased out.

The old coins and notes will slowly be removed from circulation when worn out, although they will remain legal tender until a certain date (which would be confirmed when the Queen actually dies).

And it’s not just the UK which will be affected by the currency change.

There will be changes in the currencies of many other countries, such as Canada, Australia and New Zealand.

Hopefully though, it will be a long time before these changes have to happen.

But plans are in place, and on one sad day they will be put into action.

By cindyloucbp

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