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Invitation to the coronation of King Charles

Flowers, leaves and a green old man.

This is not just a postcard, this is an exclusive invitation with many hidden messages.

2,000 specially invited guests received the coveted invitation to King Charles’ coronation.

This is the meaning of the symbols.

On May 6, guests from all over the world line up at Westminster Abbey to see Charles be crowned king.

The panels on the invitation were painted by Andrew Jamieson and in the corners the cards are decorated with the coats of arms of King Charles and Queen Camilla. The invitation is hand drawn in watercolor and gouache and printed on recycled paper with gold detailing.

The card is full of symbolism. The old man at the bottom center is the Green Man, a central figure in British mythology.

It symbolizes spring and rebirth. Around him are beautiful flowers, such as Queen Elizabeth’s favorite lily of the valley. Sprigs of rosemary also go around it, it is used as a symbol of someone who has died.

King Charles coronation invitation cards have been sent out.  It is full of sexy symbols.
King Charles coronation invitation cards have been sent out. It is full of sexy symbols.

Tribute to the country’s new princess

The cornflower symbolizes hope and the gratitude of the bell lilies. All the flowers of the kingdom are present too of course, such as the thistle for Scotland, the daffodil for Wales, the clover for Northern Ireland and the rose for England.

The king’s love for nature and the environment is reminiscent of a butterfly and its diverse bees.

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But here there is also a mighty lion in the midst of all the sweet flowers, symbolizing the valor and strength of England, and also found in the royal coat of arms.

That the wild boar earned a place on the calling card comes from Camilla’s motto and in turn comes from her father.

Many flowers appear in groups of three, a sign that Charles has become the third King of the same name.

The little acorn is a tribute to the new Princess of Wales, Kate Middleton. It has the popular fruit on the coat of arms.

King Charles will be crowned on May 6, 2023 at Westminster Abbey.  The British court has released a new photo of the royal couple.
King Charles will be crowned on May 6, 2023 at Westminster Abbey. The British court has released a new photo of the royal couple.

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