Wednesday, July 16, 2014

A Royal Banner for King Charles III

Will the UK ever welcome a King Charles III?    With the longevity of the Royal Family as it is now, certainly by 2033.  Although it may seem like a distant future, it'll be here sooner than that funky flash forward decade of the 1970s and most recently, Old Head Harry Potter films.  More than likely by then at current trends the US President in 2033 will probably be a 1980s Reagan Baby Love Child.  

In any case here is a proposed Royal Standard for King Charles the III that, finally, includes the heraldic essence of Wales.  Usually the three golden lions go for a double play.  This flag includes the kingdoms of England, Northern Ireland, Wales, and Scotland. It'd be need'in a dragon on the flag.  Aye, dragons are the wee coolest thing!

1 comment:

  1. There are two things wrong:
    1. The Ulster/NI symbol should be the red hand on the white six-pointed star on the red cross on the yellow background, not the harp.
    2. The CoA of Wales uses a design with a yellow lion with one of its paws in a "high-five" position on a red background in two quarters, and a red lion with one of its paws in a "high-five" position on a yellow background in the other two. The red dragon is the flag.