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A coat of arms created for the Duchess of Sussex that reflects her Californian background has been unveiled.
It includes a shield containing the colour blue, representing the Pacific Ocean, and rays, symbolising sunshine.
The duchess worked closely with the College of Arms in London to create the design, Kensington Palace said.
The lion supporting the shield relates to her husband, the Duke of Sussex, and dates back to the House of Stuart's ascent to the throne in 1603.
The songbird supporting the shield on the right relates to the Duchess of Sussex.
Traditionally wives of members of the Royal Family have two - one of their husband's supporters on the shield and one relating to themselves.
Beneath the shield is California's state flower - the golden poppy - and Wintersweet, a flower that grows at Kensington Palace and was also depicted on the duchess' wedding veil.
The three quills illustrate the power of words and communication.
The duchess has also been assigned a coronet bearing fleurs-de-lys and strawberry leaves