Illuminati Royal Wedding – Kate Gets New Coat Of Arms Complete With Pyramid
Kate Middleton’s family has had a coat of arms designed, which will feature on a souvenir royal wedding programme.Her father Michael commissioned the heraldic design to mark his daughter’s marriage to Prince William on 29 April.
It features three acorn sprigs, one for each of the Middletons’ children: an idea Miss Middleton suggested.
Royal experts say the coat of arms – which cost £4,400 to make – marks the increased social status of her parents and her potential as a future queen.
Thomas Woodcock, Garter Principal King of Arms, from the College of Arms in the City of London, helped the Middletons with the design.
He said the oak tree was a traditional symbol of England and a feature of west Berkshire, where the family have lived for 30 years.
Mr Woodcock said the gold chevron in the centre of the coat of arms signified Miss Middleton’s mother, Carole, whose maiden name was Goldsmith.