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With King Charles III’s coronation merely weeks away, royal onlookers already see the changes Charles promised to enact with the British royal family. With his reign, Charles is all about modernizing the firm, and his latest business move shows he’s willing to go outside his comfort zone to make this happen.
Per Express, Charles has released a new emoji to mark his upcoming coronation: a 17th-century jeweled St Edward’s Crown. The emoji was released on April 9, and will be available until after the coronation.
While this is the first time Charles has done something like this under his reign, this isn’t the first time the British royal family has dabbled in the world of emojis. Back in the summer of 2022, the palace released a corgi emoji in honor of the late-Queen Elizabeth II’s Platinum Jubilee.
Now, along with this bout of technological marketing, Charles has been all about modernizing and slimming down the monarchy, especially after his coronation. As a part of this change, Charles is reportedly reduced the monarchy to seven key players, including himself, Queen Consort Camilla, Prince William, Princess Catherine, Princess Anne, Prince Edward, and his wife Sophie, the Countess of Wessex.
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Even as casual British royal family observers, there’s still so much we don’t know about what happens in the House of Windsor. 2022 is poised to be a memorable year for the royal family. But with historic highs come lows and pitfalls. Royal biographer Tina Brown takes readers from the troubling years following Princess Diana’s death, to the rift between Princes William and Harry, the scandals of Prince Andrew, and Queen Elizabeth’s steady resolve through it all in The Palace Papers: Inside the House of Windsor — the Truth and the Turmoil. Brown’s book features new, intimate details about the royal family, and contemplates how the House of Windsor moves into a new era.
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