New Coat of Arms for Duke and Duchess of Cambridge Includes Diana Label

September 30, 2013

According to their official website:

The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge have a new Conjugal Coat of Arms which will represent them in heraldic terms as a married couple.

Designed by The College of Arms in London, Conjugal Arms traditionally show the separate shields of a Royal husband and wife, side by side.

Both shields are supported by…the Royal Lion and Unicorn wearing a three pointed collar, known as a label. The label has a red escallop shell derived from the Spencer Coat of Arms which has been used by The Duke’s ancestors on his mother’s side for many centuries.

To read the entire entry on the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge’s official website, please click here.

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