The royal family could challenge Taylor Swift with its love of hidden symbols. From the late Queen Elizabeth's brooches to Kate Middleton's subtle nods to Princess Diana, there's often more history than you might expect in what the royals wear, say and do. So it should come as no surprise that when Buckingham Palace unveiled the official emblem for King Charles's (74) coronation, there were a number of subtle meanings within the design.
The emblem was shared to the official royal family Instagram account late last night, Feb. 10. “The new Coronation emblem has been unveiled!” the caption read. “The emblem will feature throughout the historic events in May, including street parties, community gatherings and on official merchandise.”