Meghan Markle's New Coat Of Arms Includes References To California

Frederick Owens
May 25, 2018

Kensington Palace has revealed the Duchess of Sussex's new Coat of Arms. Mehgan Markle and Prince Harry married on Saturday, May 19, and are now known as The Duke and Duchess of Sussex.

Flowers are also prominent in the design, with golden poppies, California's state flower, and wintersweet, a flower that grows at Kensington Palace, adorning the bottom of the Arms.

The former actress, and now Duchess of Sussex, has already showed confidence and poise during her engagements pre-wedding. Those standing outside the chapel were given commemorative gift bags, which contained goodies like gold wrapped chocolate coin with Harry and Meghan's initials, a water bottle, shortbread, a magnet with their wedding date and the initials "H" and "M".

"The three quills represent communication and the power of words", the statement added.

In her biography on the royal family's website, Meghan emphasised her commitment to women's empowerment and stated: "I am proud to be a woman and a feminist".

Wives of members of the royal family to have one of their husband's Supporters and one relating to themselves. The songbird is Meghan's Supporter.

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In addition, Markle's Supporter is a songbird with an open beak, which also signifies the power of communication.

Furthermore, bios of other royals who weren't born into the Windsor family-like K-Middy and Camilla, Duchess of Cornwall-do not include career details prior to their becoming dignitaries.

The queen worked closely with the College of Arms to create the design for Markle.

Harry's Coat of Arms features the English lion on the left and the Scottish unicorn on the right.

The Royal Family are granted their own personal coat of arms, based on the Royal Arms which features a shield divided into four quarters. People said the design will likely be unveiled in a couple years.

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