Arms of HM Queen Camilla

At Buckingham Palace on 21 February 2023, His Majesty The King granted Arms to Her Majesty The Queen by Royal Warrant. This is the first grant of Arms made by His Majesty. The Arms are blazoned as follows:

Arms: Within the Garter Our Royal Arms impaling the Arms of Shand surmounted by Our Crown.

Supporters: To the dexter A Lion Guardant Or Crowned proper and to the sinister A Boar Azure armed and unguled Or langued Gules and gorged with a Coronet composed of Crosses formy and Fleurs-de-lys attached thereto a Chain reflexed over the back and ending in a Ring all Or.

The royal crowns in Her Majesty’s Arms are depicted in the style customarily described as the Tudor Crown. These Arms replace those previously granted by Queen Elizabeth II to the then Duchess of Cornwall on 14 July 2005.

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