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British Royal Flags: Prince Edward, Earl of Wessex

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image by Martin Grieve, 3 May 2007
based on British Flags and Emblems

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Standard

Royal Standard differenced by three point label charged with one Tudor rose.

Youngest son of the Queen Elizabeth II. The title Earl of Wessex had not previously been used for nine hundred years, and when created it was announced that "His Royal Highness will be given the title Duke of Edinburgh in due course, when the present title now held by Prince Philip eventually reverts to the Crown."
David Prothero, 3 May 2007

"British Flags & Emblems" by Graham Bartram states that the Princess Royal, the Duke of York and the Earl of Wessex have their own standards for use in Scotland, using the Scottish version of the royal arms with labels of cadency.
Colin Dobson, 18 October 2004