Queen's Personal Mauritian Flag
The Queen's Personal Mauritian Flag, sometimes known as the Royal Standard of Mauritius, was the personal flag of Queen Elizabeth II in her role as Queen of Mauritius from (1968–1992). The flag was only used by the Queen when she was in Mauritius, or attending an event abroad in her role as head of state of Mauritius. The Queen's representative, the Governor-General of Mauritius had his own flag.
The Queen's flag consisted of the Coat of arms of Mauritius in banner form: quarterly azure and or, in the first quarter a lymphad of the last in the second, 3 palm trees eradicated vert, in the third, a key in pale the wards downwards gules, and in the issuant, from the base a pile, and in chief a mullet argent. A blue disc of the letter "E" crowned surrounded by a garland of gold roses defaces the flag. The disc is taken from the Queen's Personal Flag.
- Queen Elizabeth II's Personal Standard in Mauritius at Flags of the World. Accessed 16 Jan 07.