- Queen Elizabeth II’s funeral to be held on September 19
- Nearly 600 brands fear losing their royal seal
- After which they will also have to suffer a lot financially.
Queen Elizabeth: After the death of Britain’s Queen Elizabeth II, some of the world’s renowned brands are facing a great danger. He is in danger of losing his royal prestige. Queen Elizabeth had about 600 favorite brands, which may lose their royal identity after she passes away. Now his royalty depends only on the will of one person. Britain’s Queen Elizabeth II died on 8 September 2022. She was ill for some time. After the death of the Queen, her eldest son, King Charles III, became the new monarch of Britain. The Queen’s funeral will be held on September 19 with full state honours.
Nearly 600 brands fear losing their royal seal
Nearly 600 brands fear losing the royal seal following the death of Queen Elizabeth. These brands include Cadbury Chocolate, Mason Tea, Burberry Raincoat and many such brands which used to be the favorite of the Queen. These brand owners are now fearing that they will lose the royal seal if King Charles does not approve them, which could cause significant damage to them. Brand owners are afraid that if this happens, they will not only lose the royal seal, but they will also have to suffer a lot financially.
Awaiting the approval of King Charles III
Now these brands will have to wait for the approval of King Charles III to retain their royal status. 600 brands, including Fortnum, Mason Tea, Burberry Raincoat, Cadbury Chocolate, Broomstick and dog food makers, will have two years to remove the royal seal that sets them apart from other competing brands if the new monarch does not receive approval. And Unique does. However, no decision has been taken on these brands by King Charles III yet. Prior to this, King Charles, as Prince, had issued his own royal seal to more than 150 brands. It is worth noting that the royal seal on the brands shows that it is the best quality because they have the royal seal on them. The Royal Warrant Holders Association states that rights holders have the right to put the Royal Seal on their products, packaging, stationery, advertising, premises and vehicles. For some companies, a royal endorsement is a powerful sales trick, which has a huge impact on their sales.
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