Harry and Meghan’s Joint Monogram Is *Very* Different from Charles and Diana’s
Meghan Markle and Prince Harry’s joint monogram is finally here and, like the couple it represents, it’s a departure from the royal norm.
The royal blue cypher features a combined cursive “H” and “M” to signify the newlyweds’ bond and establish them as one solid unit. Atop the initials are a crown with a two-cross pattee, two fleurs-de-lis and two strawberry leaves.
The conjoined nature of their initials may be an homage to the one Harry’s late mother, Princess Diana, shared with his father, Prince Charles. The Prince and Princess of Wales’s monogram, however, is far more ornate that Harry and Meghan’s and features the same coronet, but with feathers and the words “Ich Dien,” or “I serve.”