Following the death of Britain's Queen Elizabeth II, the Bank of England has stated that all notes bearing her image will remain legal tender. Queen Elizabeth died at the age of 96 on Thursday.
According to the news agency Reuters, the central bank has stated that all denomination notes containing the image of Queen Elizabeth will remain legal tender. Following the end of the mourning period, the Bank of England will make another declaration respecting these notes.
Andrew Bailey, Governor of the Bank of England, expressed his sadness at the Queen's death. I send my heartfelt sympathies to the Royal Family on behalf of the Bank of England.
Queen Elizabeth was the first British monarch whose image appeared on the country's coinage. For the first eight years after becoming Queen in 1952, Queen Elizabeth's image was not put on any notes; however, following 1960, her image was printed on notes. Initially, his image appeared on the one-pound bill.
On Thursday, Queen Elizabeth died at Balmoral Castle in Scotland. The Queen has been ill for quite some time. On February 6, 1952, she was crowned Queen of the British Empire for the first time. His reign lasted 70 years and 211 days. His name is one of the world's longest reigning significant kings.
In 1947, Queen Elizabeth married King George. Following Queen Elizabeth, her eldest son, Prince Charles, will now take over the throne of the United Kingdom. He has four children in all. He has two brothers, Prince Andrew and Prince Edward, as well as a sister, Princess Anne, in addition to Prince Charles.