Flag of Royal Family (Great Britain)
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This flag is originally that of Prince Edward of Wales (1841 - 1901), who later became King Edward VII.The flag contains many symbols and crests that can still be found on many royal / royal flags today.
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The flag of the British royal family is a symbol of the monarchy and is also known as the Union Jack or Union Flag. It was introduced in 1606 in England, Scotland and Ireland and is a combination of the flags of the three countries. It is a symbol of the unity of the British Isles and is also used as a national flag. The flag is a symbol of the British monarchy and is also used on official occasions to represent the royal family.
The flag of the British royal family, also known as the Royal Standard, was first used in 1188. It has been changed several times over the centuries to represent the respective monarch. Since the year 1707, the flag is mainly used as the flag of the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland.
The historic flag of the British royal family is a variation of the Union Flag, also known as the Union Jack. It consists of a white cross symbolizing England, Scotland and Ireland, and a smaller red cross representing Wales. The red cross is surrounded by a red shield on which are the three golden lions that symbolize the coat of arms of the Royal Family. The flag is also known as The Royal Standard.