King Charles’ New Coronation Emblem Revealed

Four months ahead of his official coronation, King Charles released his official emblem. Buckingham Palace revealed that the yet-to-be-officially-crowned king has chosen a seal that “was inspired by King Charles’ love of the planet, nature, and his deep concern for the natural world.”

The seal features a blue crown surrounded by red floral patterns, which the Palace says signifies “the happy optimism” of both the season of Charles’ crowning (spring) and the occasion itself. Also featured on the emblem are the Rose of England, the thistle of Scotland, the daffodil of Wales, and the shamrock of Northern Island- which represent the four nations of the UK.

Charles will be officially crowned on May 6th at Westminster Abbey. The ceremony will take place over an entire weekend.

Source: NY Post

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