Canadian Flags of the Royal Family

The Sovereign’s personal representative to Canada, the Governor General, and to the provinces, the Lieutenant Governors, each have a flag. Learn more about the Governor General’s flag and the Lieutenant Governors’ flags in Canada.

The Queen’s Personal Canadian Flag

The Queen's Personal Canadian flag is displayed to mark her presence. If more than one member of the Royal Family is present on an official visit, only the standard of the member of The Royal Family taking precedence shall be flown.

The Queen’s Personal Canadian Flag

The personal flag of The Queen for use in Canada

The Prince of Wales’ Personal Canadian Flag

The flag of The Prince of Wales bears a blue roundel within a wreath of golden maple leaves for Canada. The centre features the badge commonly known as The Prince of Wales’ feathers used by the heir apparent to the reigning monarch. Near the top of the flag is the traditional heraldic mark of an eldest male child, the three-point white label.

The Prince of Wales’ Personal Canadian Flag

The personal flag of The Prince of Wales for use in Canada

The Duke of Cambridge’s Personal Canadian Flag

The flag of The Duke of Cambridge bears a blue roundel within a wreath of golden maple leaves for Canada, and shells, a symbol borrowed from his coat of arms. The centre features his Cypher, composed of the letter W with a coronet above it that indicates he is the child of the heir apparent of the Sovereign. Near the top of the flag is the personal three-point white label charged with a red shell, taken from his coat of arms.

The Duke of Cambridge’s Personal Canadian Flag

The personal flag of The Duke of Cambridge for use in Canada

The Duke of York’s Personal Canadian Flag

The flag of The Duke of York bears a blue roundel within a wreath of golden maple leaves for Canada. The centre features his Cypher, composed of the letter ‘A’ with a coronet above it indicating that he is a child of the Sovereign. Near the top of the flag is the personal three-point white label charged with a blue anchor, taken from his coat of arms.

The Duke of York’s Personal Canadian Flag

The personal flag of The Duke of York for use in Canada

The Earl of Wessex’s Personal Canadian Flag

The flag of The Earl of Wessex bears a blue roundel within a wreath of golden maple leaves for Canada. The centre features his Cypher, composed of the letter ‘E’ with a coronet above it indicating that he is a child of the Sovereign. Near the top of the flag is the personal three-point white label charged with a Tudor rose, taken from his coat of arms.

The Earl of Wessex’s Personal Canadian Flag

The personal flag of The Earl of Wessex for use in Canada

The Princess Royal’s Personal Canadian Flag

The flag of The Princess Royal bears a blue roundel within a wreath of golden maple leaves for Canada. The centre features her Cypher, composed of the letter ‘A’ with a coronet above it that indicates that she is a child of the Sovereign. Near the top of the flag is the personal three-point white label charged with a red heart and two red crosses, taken from her coat of arms.

The Princess Royal’s Personal Canadian Flag

The personal flag of The Princess Royal for use in Canada

Precedence

Note that where the Governor General is in attendance, his personal flag will fly as he is the representative of The Queen in Canada.

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