The King’s Special Medal: Prince Charles pays special tribute to Camilla by including her in special honors awarded to military personnel, paramedics and civil servants
King Charles is queen By including her in his coronation medal, the mail can reveal.
Camilla appears behind her husband in medals awarded to military personnel, paramedics, and civil servants, according to eligibility criteria.
The Mail also got the first image of the long-awaited medal, which has yet to be officially announced. Its design was kept top secret.
King Charles is George VI Including Queen Elizabeth in the 1937 Coronation Medal.
Given that Prince Charles assists King Charles in carrying out his work and duties, her inclusion seems perfectly appropriate.
King Charles paid his personal tribute to the Queen by including her on his coronation medal
Reports say the silver medal is expected to cost as much as £35 million.
One side features the King and Queen and the other side the monarch’s personal monogram.
She also makes public engagements on behalf of charities and holds many honorary positions in the military.
Tens of thousands of medals will be minted and awarded at a later date. One side features the King and Queen and the other side the monarch’s personal monogram.
The cypher consists of the initials of Charles, the monarch’s name, and Rex, the Latin title for the king.
The “C” and “R” appear below the crown and are surrounded by a laurel wreath.
Camilla appears behind her husband in medals awarded to military personnel, paramedics and civil servants according to eligibility criteria
The mail learned that strict eligibility criteria were imposed following a dispute between government departments over who should pay for the medals.
The Royal Coronation Medal will be awarded to members of the Armed Forces, frontline ambulance and prison service personnel, members of the Royal Family, Victoria Cross and George Cross Gallantry recipients who have completed five years of service by today (Friday) will be award.
Additionally, this medal will be awarded to service personnel who provide “positive and contributory service” to the official events of the coronation. Senior civil servants and officials of devolved administrations, royal dependencies and overseas territories also receive medals.
Since the coronation of George IV in 1821, coronation medals have been issued to each British monarch. The late Queen’s silver, golden and diamond medals have been issued to commemorate her jubilee.
https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/royals/article-12048891/Charles-pays-special-tribute-Camilla-including-special-medal.html?ns_mchannel=rss&ns_campaign=1490&ito=1490 Charles pays special tribute to Camilla by including her in a special medal