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Kate Middleton and her family have had their new coat of arms officially unveiled.

The 4,400 pound heraldic design includes three acorns, a blue and red background, and a gold chevron.

Above and below the gold chevron are two thin white chevrons which are a reference to their love of the Lake District and skiing.

As well as the white chevrons there are also other references contained within the lozenge shaped design.

The three acorns are to symbolise the parents three children and the oak tree is a reference to west Berkshire and a British image of strength.

Currently a tied ribbon represents Kates unmarried status and following the Royal Wedding on 29th April Kates coat of arms will be combined with her husband Prince Williams family emblem.

With only days to go now until the Royal Wedding London will be preparing its self for the celebration.

On a Canal Boat Holiday from our locations at Union Wharf, Gayton and Aldermanston you will be able to cruise the Grand Union Canal and explore the capital from your Narrowboat.

On your Canal Boat Holiday you will be able to cruise the Grand Ring and moor up and explore the wonderful sights that London have to offer.

Explore the attractions of the city along the River Thames including The London Eye, Whitehall, Horse Guards Parade,Tate Britain, Westminster Abbey.

Tower Bride and the Museum of London Docklands.


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The beautiful canals of England and Wales wind their way through a variety of interesting and distinctive locations offering you the chance to stop off and investigate further at a mooring of your choice or to simply continue cruising onto the next destination.
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