A new set of coins are to enter circulation in the UK which will see a shamrock symbolise Northern Ireland.
The coins are being minted to mark King Charles III's accession as British monarch.
They will feature his portrait on one side and designs that "pay tribute to the conservation of the natural world" on the other.
The UK's Royal Mint has said it is a cause close to King Charles, who has been providing feedback throughout the process.
The new stg£2 coin will feature flora that symbolises the four UK nations.
This will see a rose for England, a daffodil for Wales, a thistle for Scotland and a shamrock representing Northern Ireland.
The new £1 coin will feature several species of bees, the new 50p coin will have an Atlantic salmon, while the new 10p coin will see a puffin front and centre.
The new 10p will feature a capercaillie - the world's largest grouse - the 5p will have an oak leaf, the 2p features a red squirrel and a hazel dormouse will be on the 1p piece.
The designs are expected to enter circulation in the UK from the end of 2023.
As some Twitter users have pointed out, the coins may look familiar.
New UK coins have been unveiled with the reverse side featuring nature. They bring back memories of Irish coins pre-Euro. King Charles III new coin designs revealed https://t.co/Y8l5GlzZcr pic.twitter.com/zSVlAZ38Gs
— Barra Best (@barrabest) October 12, 2023
The shamrock emblem is arguably best-known today as part of the Aer Lingus logo.