Queen Camilla's New Cypher Released by Buckingham Palace

Queen Camilla new royal cypher

Camilla, the Queen Consort of King Charles III of the United Kingdom, has a new royal cypher or personal monogram. 

Buckingham Palace released the new insignia and confirmed the design was personally chosen by Queen Camilla from a series of designs presented to her.

Queen Camilla new royal cypher
new cypher of Camilla, the Queen Consort © Buckingham Palace 

Queen Camilla new royal cypher
The new cypher has a representation of the crown. The monogram, "CR" combines her initial, "C," and "R", which stands for Regina — Latin for "Queen." 

Queen Camilla new royal cypher
Camilla, the Queen Consort 

The new cypher will be used by the Queen Consort on personal letterheads, cards and gifts, as well as on the cross that she will lay at the Field of Remembrance on Thursday ahead of the Remembrance Day. 

Queen Camilla's insignia was created by Professor Ewan Clayton, a calligrapher on the Faculty and Academic Board of The Royal Drawing School, in collaboration with Timothy Noad, Herald Painter and Scrivener at The College of Arms.

King Charles III new cypher
His Majesty King Charles III and his royal cypher as monarch 

King Charles III's new royal cypher as monarch was unveiled in September. 

Read also this related topic: King Charles III cypher and the crown symbol he chose. 

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