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Friday, 22 April 2011

The Royal Wedding นับถอยหลังไปอีก 7 days to go - Royal Wedding



















7 Days to go: If you mary a prince, you  need to have coat arm...Let's see what does the Middleton Coat Arm Look like.


Kate's coat of arms includes a tied ribbon, showing she is an unmarried woman, and features three acorn sprigs, representing each of the Middleton children. At its centre is a gold inverted "V"white chevronels, symbolising mountains, representing the family's love of the Lake District and skiing reflecting Kate's mother Carole's maiden name of Goldsmith and white chevronels, symbolising mountains, representing the family's love of the Lake District and skiing

William's coat of arms has a design derived from that of his father, the Prince of Wales, and has a main shield featuring the three lions, lion rampant and harp stringed argent of England, Scotland and Ireland. It also has the lion and unicorn supporters - symbols of the UK. The white label features a sea shell or "escallop", taken from the family coat of arms of his mother, Princess Diana. The blue garter symbolises his appointment at Knight of the Garter


Thank  to BBC News