Two centuries after she died, British author Jane Austen joining the Queen in appearing on English money.
FOX's Simon Owen reports from London:
"You deny it Mr. Darcy..."
She's author of 'Pride and Prejudice' and 'Mansfield Park' and now Jane Austen is getting her own banknote:
"I'm here to inform you that Henry Crawford has asked for your hand in marriage."
Exactly 200 years after Jane Austen died, the Bank of England revealing a new £10 note or as it's better known here, the tenner, featuring Austen's portrait.
The note itself is thoroughly modern: made of plastic to combat fakes, although that has proved controversial: the choice criticized by vegans because the notes feature traces of animal fat.
In London, Simon Owen, FOX News.