I would love to see the monagrams for Marie-Chantal and Pavlos, for Alexia and Carlos, and of course for the younger greek royals Nikoloas, Theodora, and Philippos. Are there any for the younger ones? Are there any monograms for the older two couples that are other than their wedding day that can be read? The flowers are just slightly hard to understand.... or read!!
HRH Crown Prince Alexander II of Yugoslavia, Serbia and Montenegro.
Princess Elizabeth and Prince Philip had a monogram for their wedding, but I couldn't find it. Can anyone help?
I declare before you all that my whole life, whether it be long or short, shall be devoted to your service and the service of our great imperial family to which we all belong. HRH Princess Elizabeth, Cape Town, 21st April 1947
Graphic design - hardly. Cyphers and Royal arms are a matter of quite strict control of protocol departments. For example, in the United Kingdom, the College of Arms is the authority on the subject, with every arm, monogram and cypher having been registered there and the ability to researched there.
In the case of the Royal Danish cyphers, I understand that HM Queen Margarethe II designs them herself, and while this wouldn't exactly be a common occurance, there's no reason why, with a little consultation from the governing authorities on arms etc of that country, that every Royal could design their own (providing there wasn't already one in existence).
Thy choicest gifts in store, on her be pleased to pour, long may she reign. May she defend our laws, and ever give us cause, to sing with heart and voice, GOD SAVE THE QUEEN.