The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge have got a new coat of arms that will represent them as a married couple, it has been revealed.
According to Kensington Palace's announcement, the Conjugal Coat of Arms has been approved by the Queen, News.com.au reported.
The symbol, which was designed by the College of Arms in London, shows Prince William's coat of arms and Kate's shield from the Middleton family coat of arms.
Both shields are supported by the royal lion and unicorn, each wearing a three pointed collar, known as a label.
Traditionally, the conjugal arms show the separate shields of a royal husband and wife, side by side.
The conjugal arms will be the pair's coat of arms forever, but parts of it could change depending on their own circumstances and roles.