Coat Of Arms

April 19, 2011 by staff 

Coat Of Arms, Kate Middleton’s family had a coat of arms in time for her wedding to Prince Williams on 29 April.
The coat of arms, which was commissioned by the father of Miss Middleton, Michael, presented in the agenda of the official royal wedding souvenirs.
The cost of 4400 pounds away from brand and has three acorn branches, one for each of the children of Middleton, an idea suggested to Miss Middleton.
The acorns were chosen by West Berkshire is surrounded by oak trees. In addition, the oak is a symbol of England’s long-standing and strength.
Thomas Woodcck, major league King of Arms, the College of Arms in London, Middleton helped with the design.
He said the gold braid in the center of the coat of arms of the mother of Miss Middleton meaning, Carole, whose maiden name is Goldsmith.
Chevronels symbolize white peaks and mountains, and the Middleton family love the Lake District and skiing.
Mr. Woodcck added: “Mr and Mrs Middleton and her children had a great interest in this design and although its purpose is to provide a traditional heraldic identity for Catherine, who married into the royal family, the intention was to represent the entire Middleton family together, her house and the aspects of what they like.
“Every Coat of Arms was designed to identify a person, school or organization and that lasts forever: heraldry is the oldest in Europe, the most strictly regulated visual identity and around us in Britain, giving clues to our history and surroundings.
“After their marriage, Catherine Middleton placed the arms of her father along with her husband in what is known as the Coat of Arms impaled. This will require a Royal Warrant from the Queen.”
The arms are arranged in the back of, 000 copies of the souvenir program of the royal wedding, an official with the coat of arms of Prince William in the front of the brochure.

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