King Charles' Coronation
What changes the U.K. has seen under the new monarch
From a new face on the country's stamps and coins to a change of words for the national anthem, Britain has seen a number of alterations since the death of Queen Elizabeth in September and the accession of her son Charles to the throne.
Ahead of his coronation on Saturday, here are some aspects of British daily life that are different since Charles became king:
National anthem: The words of the British national anthem, which in its present form dates back to the 18th century, have changed from "God Save the Queen" to "God Save the King." The queen had been on the throne for 70 years; almost eight months after her death, sports teams are getting used to the change.
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