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British Royal coronets

The Royal coronets were defined by a Royal Warrant of 19 November 1917.
- The heir-apparant shall have a coronet composed of four crosses patče and four fleurs de lys, surmounted by a single arch with orb and Cross.
- The sons and daughters of the heir-apparant shall have a coronet composed of two strawberry leaves, two crosses patče and four fleurs de lys.
- The sons and daughters of the Sovereign, which includes brothers and sisters of the Sovereign shall have a coronet composed of four crosses patče and four fleurs de lys.
- The sons and daughters of sons and brothers of the Sovereign shall have a coronet composed of four strawberry leaves and four crosses patče.
- The sons and daughters of daughters of the Sovereign with the style of Highness shall have a coronet composed of four strawberry leaves and four fleurs de lys.

From "Royal Heraldry of England", J.H. & R.V. Pinches.

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This is a very silly question, but how is a coronet different from a coat of arms?
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This is a very silly question, but how is a coronet different from a coat of arms?
A coat of Arms is a heraldic device specific to an individual eg to Queen Elizabeth II.

A coronet is a "crown" worn by a non Sovereign at a Coronation (only in UK others just have them but never wear them) they are different according to the holders degree:

Coronet - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
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The Queen Mother Memorial Statue on The Mall has a lovely rendering of Her Late Majesty's Coat of Arms.

The Royal Arms of The United Kingdom also feature on the Statue of King George VI.


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Here are a few pics of coronets

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HRH The Duchess of Gloucester

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Coat of Arms of HRH The Duchess of Gloucester (neé Birgitte van Deurs)
Assigned by Royal Warrant 18 Jul 1973
Image reconstructed from information in Boutell's Heraldry (a 1970's edn.):-
Basic Arms
Marital Arms, with Van Deurs arms 'in pretence' in centre of Duke's arms
The main reason the shield of the Coat of Arms of HRH The Duchess of Gloucester appear at the centre [or honour point] of her husband's Arms is that it was Granted directly to Her Royal Highness and was not inherited from her father. Firstly, HRH is Danish and her father was a foreign national, not of British descent, and therefore not entitled to a Grant from the College of Arms in London. Secondly, HRH's parents had long been divorced before she married the Duke. I believe HRH's maiden name of Van Deurs is in fact her mother's maiden name and that her father had little to do with her.
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The Phillips Family

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Zara en Peter Philips

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Peter, i am not sure, but it could be one of these two
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Daughters use their father's arms on a lozenge, the eldest son of an eldest son uses a label of five points, so I think it's the first one
These Coats of Arms are slightly out of date as the father of Capt Mark Phillips has since passed away.

The shield with the five-pointed label was Peter Phillips' Coat of Arms when his grandfather was still alive. However, he has taken over the three-pointed label and Capt Mark Phillips uses the Coat of Arms with no label.

As for Zara Phillips, I was assured by the College of Arms that, as originally the only female descendant of the original Grantee, namely her grandfather, then she was entitled to bear the Coat of Arms on a suitable shield for a woman [namely a Lozenge as here or an Oval] without the label. In fact, now that Peter and Autumn Phillips have a daughter, Serena, the above arms are actually hers.
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Actually, Mr and Mrs Peter Phillips' daughter's name is 'Savannah,' not 'Serena.' Miss Phillips was christened earlier in the year, and, as far as i know, no middle name/s have ever been reported to the public.
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Actually, Mr and Mrs Peter Phillips' daughter's name is 'Savannah,' not 'Serena.' Miss Phillips was christened earlier in the year, and, as far as i know, no middle name/s have ever been reported to the public.
She was christened Savannah Anne Kathleen Phillips and now has a younger sister, Isla Elizabeth, who was born sometime last year.
FYI- Ironically, Mrs. Peter Phillips and HSH Princess Grace of Monaco were born Autumn Patricia Kelly, and Grace Patricia Kelly, respectively.
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