Q. Which of the following is not correct regarding St Edward’s Crown?

[A] It is the crown historically used at the moment of coronation in the UK.

[B] It was worn by Queen Elizabeth II at her coronation in 1953.

[C] The crown was made for Charles II in 1661 as a replacement for the medieval crown.

[D] The crown has been used by all monarchs of the UK for coronation.

Answer: D

Explanation – Although it is regarded as the official coronation crown, only six monarchs have been crowned with St Edward’s Crown since the Restoration: Charles II (1661), James II (1685), William III (1689), George V (1911), George VI (1937) and Elizabeth II (1953).

Source: ForumIAS