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King Charles Approves George Michael Coins/ Are UK coins changing?/ King George Coins/ Succession Plan/ King Charles/ King Charles Succession Plan/ Privy Council and King Charles.

Amidst his illness treatment and clandestine succession scheming, King Charles of Britain has taken yet another significant choice.

The King has authorized new coins honoring music icon George Michael, according to a story by The Times.

According to the article, Princess Diana’s pal George Michael will appear on new coin designs that the Royal Mint will introduce.

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“King Charles Approves George Michael Coins”

Last Monday, the Privy Council and King Charles approved the new coins.

According to the story, there is a picture of the King on one side and the singer on the other of the gold, silver, and copper coins. These coins have not yet been made public.

The coin denominations that will be available include £2, £5, £10, £25, £100, £200, and 50p.

On Christmas Day of 2016, the 53-year-old vocalist passed away.

In addition to revealing, “New: King Charles and Privy Council approve new coins featuring George Michael, James Bond, Star Wars, and Maid Marian from Robin Hood,” royal expert Kate Mansey posted her article for The Times on X, previously Twitter.

King Charles is presently receiving treatment for his cancer diagnosis. There are also rumors that King Charles is quietly organizing his successor, Prince William, at the center of these plans, which are being kept “highly secret.”

“King Charles Approves George Michael Coins”

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