The Syston Knitting Banksy has returned with a special celebration to mark King Charles III's coronation.
A woolly version of His Majesty has appeared on a postbox topper in the town centre.
It's a miniature version of the King wearing the St Edward's Crown and sitting in the ancient Coronation chair.
The knitted creation depicts a scene we can expect to see during the coronation ceremony on Saturday 6 May.The artist, who has lived in the town for around three decades, has become somewhat of a local celebrity in recent years - but she chooses to remain anonymous. It follows the guerilla artist's royal knit to celebrate the Queen's Jubilee last year.
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