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Thanks so much for your message. As I said other user I recommend you contacting with User:Sodacan for the British Royals heraldry and other Monarchies. I'm sorry but I'm busy and he has done most British Heraldry elements. Remember single arms are borne as the official emblems and their use should be preffered. Thanks so much and best regards.--Heralder (talk) 22:45, 11 January 2017 (UTC)
- Hi Heralder. Well, the reason that I submitted those requests on your talk page is pretty obvious. I suppose you are the one who created this coat of arms, so I thought you might be able to do it again and create those alliance coat of arms that I had mentioned before. Regarding Sodacan, I gave him a similar request about 4 years ago and he hasn't done it yet so maybe he's busy as well. Anyway, I'm not going to force anyone to do anything. These requests aren't too high a priority, but they're valid. You can do them whenever you like. Keivan.fTalk 02:44, 12 January 2017 (UTC)
- @Heralder Wow, these are great, and honestly I didn't expect them to be ready by now as you had said you were busy. Anyway, thanks a lot. Do you have any suggestions about where these coat of arms should be placed on Wikipedia? William and Catherine's is added to their wedding article. I think we can do the same thing for Elizabeth II's children, and for those who don't have a wedding article, it can be added to "Marriage" sections. Do you agree? And as a final request, would you also please create the "Conjugal Henry Alice", "Conjugal Anne Mark", "Conjugal Elizabeth Philip", and "Conjugal Margaret Antony" arms? As you have already done it for their siblings and cousins I thought it might be better to have their conjugal arms as well. You can do it later of course. Many thanks. Keivan.fTalk 00:37, 2 February 2017 (UTC)
- In my opinion combined coats should be placed in articles or seccions (long enought) about marriages and it is also convenient placed in Armorials. It is not a good idea showing then in the different languages articles about the coat of arms of the United Kingdom. The origin of the expresion conjugal arms here . For heraldic articles about alliance arms, types or designs I recommend that you use Charles & Diana, the best known, or the version of Duke & Duchess of Cambridge, the second ones and still in use. Thanks, regards --Heralder (talk) 00:35, 3 February 2017 (UTC)