Hundreds of Queen Elizabeth’s favourite brands, including Launer handbags (pictured), face losing the seal that marks them as preferred suppliers to the sovereign, unless they gain the approval of King Charles. Photo: AFP
Hundreds of Queen Elizabeth’s favourite brands, including Launer handbags (pictured), face losing the seal that marks them as preferred suppliers to the sovereign, unless they gain the approval of King Charles. Photo: AFP
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Burberry, Barbour, Launer: brands face losing royal warrants after Queen Elizabeth’s death unless they gain King Charles’ approval

  • Royal warrant holders receive ‘the right to display the appropriate royal arms’. For some, this endorsement is a powerful selling point and a mark of quality
  • Around 600 of Queen Elizabeth’s favourite brands now await the approval of King Charles to bear the seal that marks them as preferred suppliers to the sovereign

Hundreds of Queen Elizabeth’s favourite brands, including Launer handbags (pictured), face losing the seal that marks them as preferred suppliers to the sovereign, unless they gain the approval of King Charles. Photo: AFP
Hundreds of Queen Elizabeth’s favourite brands, including Launer handbags (pictured), face losing the seal that marks them as preferred suppliers to the sovereign, unless they gain the approval of King Charles. Photo: AFP
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