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New emoji made for King Charles’ Coronation

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Attention all royal enthusiasts! Buckingham Palace has just announced the creation of a special new emoji to celebrate King Charles’ upcoming coronation. That’s right, a cute cartoon version of the iconic St Edward’s Crown with a purple velvet cap will now appear on Twitter whenever someone uses a hashtag related to the coronation.

But what’s so special about this crown, you might ask? Well, it’s actually a solid gold masterpiece that has been used in the coronation of every British monarch since the reign of King Charles II. Crafted by the finest goldsmiths in 1661, it features stunning precious stones like rubies, sapphires, and pearls.

During the coronation ceremony, the newly crowned King Charles will have the honour of placing the St Edward’s Crown on his head.

And if you’re a fan of cute and cuddly dogs, you might remember the special emoji created for the Queen’s Platinum Jubilee last year. That’s right, a smiling corgi with a purple and platinum crown was the perfect way to honor the Queen’s love for her furry friends. So next time you’re on social media, keep an eye out for these special royal emojis and join in on the fun!

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