Queen's Personal Jamaican Flag
The Royal Standard of Jamaica is the personal flag of Queen Elizabeth II in her role as Queen of Jamaica. The flag was approved for use in 1962 and the proportion as approximately 4:7~. It is only used by the Queen when she is in Jamaica, or attending an event abroad in her role as head of state of Jamaica. The Queen's Representative, the Governor-General of Jamaica has his own flag.
The flag consists of a banner of the coat of arms of Jamaica in banner form defaced with the Queen's Royal Cypher. The flag is white and bears a red St George's Cross. A gold pineapple is superimposed on each arm of the Cross. A blue disc with the Royal Cypher is placed in the centre of the Cross. The disc is taken from the Queen's Personal Flag.
- Queen Elizabeth II's Personal Standard in Jamaica at Flags of the World. Accessed 16 January 2007.