Queen's Personal Barbadian Flag
The Queen's Personal Barbadian Flag is the personal flag of Queen Elizabeth II in her role as Queen of Barbados. The flag was approved for use in the 1970s and is only used by the Queen when she is in Barbados, or attending an event abroad in her role as head of state of Barbados. The Queen's representative, the Governor-General of Barbados has her own flag.
The Queen's flag in banner form: The flag consists centrally of a bearded fig tree, a long established symbol of the island of Barbados and the national flower the Pride of Barbados flowers in each of the top corners on a yellow field. A blue disc of the letter "E" crowned surrounded by a garland of gold roses is displayed prominently on the flag within the center of the tree. The disc is taken from the Queen's Personal Flag.
- Royal Standard of the United Kingdom, for a full list of all of Queen Elizabeth II's flags
- National symbols of Barbados
- List of Barbados flags
- Queen Elizabeth II's Personal Standard in Barbados at Flags of the World. Accessed 16 Jan 07.
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