THE MONARCHY ROOLS O.K.
Feeling a little royal are you?.
THE LION AND THE RED DRAGON
SSSHHHH … IT’S A SECRET
Well, now you can have a good reason for feeling the way you do.
And if you ever get a chance to visit London,
Be sure to tell the palace guards that you are Blue blood.
1,000 YEARS RULE
Plantagenet Crest features a red dragon or lion similar to that alluded to by Queen Elizabeth during the investiture of Prince Charles. This is the arms of the Hapsburg and Hapsburg-Lorraine dynasties of Europe, to whom the Windsors are related. The Dragon Bloodline has been preserved in the Merovingian, Carolingian, Tudor, Plantagenet, Stuart, Hapsburg, Hanoverian, Saxe-Coburg-Gotha, Guelph, Bowes-Lyon, Battenberg (Mountbatten), Guise and Savoy families, as well as others. The powerful Plantagenet kings of England were part of the Angevin dynasty of France, and were known as the House of Anjou. They were, like the Bourbons and House of Orleans, a branch of the Capetian dynasty of Europe.
The word capet means the “Big Heads” or “Chiefs.”